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Dear Mr. Stephens: Letters of Love and of Hope

Fernuik, Andy

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ISBN 10: 1451562209 / ISBN 13: 9781451562200
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Title: Dear Mr. Stephens: Letters of Love and of ...

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Synopsis: Homosexuality and Faith? the world holds troves of keys, ready to unlock the universal mysteries now dividing families and nations. Spiritual genocide consumes contemporary religion and decimates young lives. Despair and suicide are not the answer. The words and promises of ancient prophets are fulfilling now, including all genders and sexual identities. As a young, gay Latter-day Saint, Andy Fernuik shares his love, his hope, and his beautiful paradox of same-gender attraction and faith in a loving, eternal God. Individuals, parents, siblings, friends, and communities struggle to coincide the paradox of religion and gender or sexual identity. The price paid is in the harrowing statistics of young adult suicide in this nation. Gender and sexuality issues will affect everyone by relation, friendship, association, or reality. Dear Mr. Stephens: Letters of Love and of Hope casts the perplexing polemic in refreshing new light and guides readers to the encompassing issue. They empower the reader with intellectual and spiritual permission, breaching the impenetrable curtain of religion. They are real-life, intimate love letters to one suicidal young adult. They expose only the tip of a scriptural and anthropological iceberg desperately needed today.

Product Description: Human sexuality and Faith? the world holds troves of keys, ready to unlock the universal mysteries now dividing families and nations. Spiritual genocide consumes contemporary religion and decimates young lives. Individuals, families, friends, and communities struggle to coincide the paradox of religion and gender or sexual identity. The price paid is in the harrowing statistics of young adult suicide in this nation. Despair and suicide are not the answer. The words and promises of ancient prophets are fulfilling now, including all genders and sexual identities. Gender and sexuality issues will affect everyone by relation, friendship, association, or reality. Dear Mr. Stephens: Letters of Love and of Hope casts the perplexing polemic in refreshing new light and guides readers to the encompassing issue. They empower the reader with intellectual and spiritual permission, breaching the impenetrable curtain of religion. They are real-life, intimate letters of love and of hope to one suicidal young man. They expose only the tip of a scriptural and anthropological iceberg desperately needed today.

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