Valuable Resources

Note from Laura: I’d thought I was done with reading up on this topic, until I felt strongly compelled to start this blog, less than a week ago. There’s more material available now, and I’ll add to this list what I believe truthful and helpful as I discover it, but in the meantime, here are some “classics” that are well worth checking into. Some can be gotten for as little as a penny via Amazon

Dannemeyer, William. Shadow in the Land: Homosexuality in America. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1989. A prophetic look, as it turns out, of the political and social ramifications of rise of the radical gay lobby, beginning with a recounting of the story of how the 1973 Conference of the American Psychiatric Association was hijacked, and the APA politically coerced into removing Homosexuality from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Psychiatric Disorders (DSM).

NARTH – National Association of Research and Therapy of Homosexuality. Bitterly derided by the gay community, this organization is, so far as I know or anyone in the know can tell me, the only organization devoted to authentic scientific research in matters homosexual. (There are other organizations doing research, but they are driven and funded by the gay community and, consequently, have a predetermined agenda: legitimating homosexuality in the general public consciousness — even when their research is flawed, misleading, dishonest, and just plain bad.)

Prager, Dennis. Ultimate Issues: Judaism, Homosexuality and Civilization. Culver City, CA: Dennis Prager, 1990. This is the first work I discovered as I was realizing what was going on in my own situation, and I’m still partial to it. Prager explores the historical, cultural, and theological aspects of homosexuality.

And some good websites:
From Focus on the Family:  Pure Intimacy

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