Dangerous Affirmation eBook by M.D. Perkins

Forward by Stephen Black

Since 1968, the LGBT movement has made significant inroads into the Christian church. The affirming church movement has become mainstream through the erosion of mainline denominations. Queer theology has taken hold in many academic settings. The emergence of “gay celibate theology” is causing confusion in evangelical churches through its appeal to modern psychology and LGBT-lived experience. How did we get here? What does the Bible say about all of this?

Print length: 272 pages

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Dangerous Affirmation is an insightful analysis of the influence and spread of “gay Christianity.” Author M.D. Perkins exposes the way this movement handles theology, biblical interpretation, the church, personal and group identity, and political activism. While many Christians are being won over to this immoral cause, Dangerous Affirmation serves as a sober-minded call to faithfulness amid cultural and religious chaos.


 “Dangerous Affirmation will clean out the muddled thinking and replace it with biblical and factual reality.” — Jim Garlow

M.D. Perkins has written the definitive exposé of the ‘gay Christianity’ movement.” — Ray Pritchard

This is a book that will equip thoughtful believers to address the challenge of homosexuality and the church with clarity.” — John N. Oswalt


About The Author:
M.D.  Perkins is research fellow of church and culture for American Family Association. He produced the award-winning documentaries The God Who  Speaks (2018)  and  In  His  Image:  Delighting in God’s Plan for Gender and Sexuality (2020). M.D. is an elder at his local church in Tupelo, Mississippi. He is married and has three children.