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Conversations with "St." Paul the Homosexual: Owning Our Shadows and Healing Deep Within

Stacey, Jim

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ISBN 10: 1470021749 / ISBN 13: 9781470021740
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012
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Title: Conversations with "St." Paul the Homosexual...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:Good

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Our sexuality is not "sinful" as my gay and lesbian friends have been labeled, and for which, they have been severely and falsely condemned. Rather, our sexuality is part of our Divinity, whether gay or not. Paul had what he described as a "thorn in the flesh," but he never said what that was. No writer included in the collection of letters that the church claims to be "god's word" is as judgmental, condemning, or negative than was Paul. No other writer betrays Jesus' teachings as does Paul. Why? What was he hiding? Was all his "sin focus" coming out of his own pain of being condemned for what he was sexually? Was he trapped in what he could not change about himself? Was his penchant for negative statements about others, just his own projections to shift his feelings of guilt? I say yes! Paul's "shadow" was not his sexuality. His shadow was the repression of his Divine Self and the result of not being able to transform it--as it with each of us. Because of all this, he became the Christian Church's favorite writer, as they replaced Jesus with a theology of "Sin and Judgment." Come along with me as I "interview" Saul, Paul, and then "St." Paul. Our own healing deep within awaits our taking the journey into our own Shadows. Beyond judgment and shame, our Divinity awaits our call to bring it forth and shine as Light in the world.

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From his nineteen years of experience in the ministry, Jim Stacey became more and more appalled by the fact that people in the church couldn't get along any better than those outside the church. Christian marriages were no more successful than non-Christian ones. Why? All of this led him to a deeper search for answers. After studying the Aramaic Jesus, he began to unravel the distortions of Christianity, especially why the Christians were no more kind, generous, loving, supportive, or empathetic than people outside the church. The reason for this is that Christians don't really know the Jesus they claim to know. The "missing link" is that Jesus taught "original Divinity" and the church had missed this. He began to learn to claim his own Divinity. In this he found the secret to successful, and intimate relationships--The Divine Within. As a speaker and author he now shares this deep message with everyone he can.

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