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Did God create homosexuality? It is a question we all want to know the answer to. Modern science is currently in the middle of an exciting new area of research. Epigenetics, the study of changes in organisms caused by modification of gene expression rather than alteration of the genetic code itself, explains how we are the product of the shows we watch, the lyrics we listen to, the places we go, and the thoughts we think; it also explains why genetically identical twins are different. Epigenetics is a lot like what Paul had in mind 2,000 years ago when he wrote: Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. But what does epigenetics have to do with homosexuality? Well, as it turns out, a whole lot more than scientists previously thought. Ultimately, love really does win; but what is love? See, love is not an atom or a molecule, a gene or a protein. Love is a powerful emotion; like hate, it is a conscious decision. Love is not predictable by laws, formulas, or equations that govern the material universe. Love is an invisible, undetectable force that affects atoms, molecules, gene expressions, and proteins. In essence, God is love. But this book is about far more than just epigenetic mechanisms, the biological underpinnings of sexual orientation, and Romans 12:2. It is about big themes, like love and holiness, justice and sin. It is about faith and repentance, Jesus and scripture; it is about what can change and what cannot; it is about understanding science and scripture on a much deeper level than you ever have. Only then can we answer the question that is, Did God Create Homosexuality?
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