What is homosexuality? Is it biological predisposition, psychological aberration, or utter moral and cultural degeneration? How do New Testament writers, especially Paul, view homosexuality? Can a homosexual be a Christian? Dr. Brunson answers all these questions in his book.
Homosexuality and the Greek New Testament: What Does the Bible Really Teach? is perhaps the most exhaustive and thorough analysis of homosexuality ever written from the perspective of the New Testament. This work examines every New Testament text through exhaustive theological and linguistic analysis, leaving no scripture untouched, no stone unturned about homosexuality in the New Testament. Dr. Brunsonâ€™s book explores homosexuality as a Divine abandonment, focusing especially upon St. Paulâ€™s description of homosexuality in Romans 1.
Although primarily focused upon the Greek text of the New Testament, the book also examines every text dealing with homosexuality in the Septuagint as well; however, the book has been written to be easily accessible to the average reader, footnoting the technical aspects of Greek for appropriate scholarly consideration. The book is available immediately through any bookstore.