6 Things You Need to Know About What's Really at Stake
Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer responds to the attacks that marriage has sustained over the past several years. In this revised and updated version of his bestselling book, Dr. Lutzer clearly and accurately depicts the truth about what is at stake here.
This short, easy-to-read book helps shed light on what so many people believe, and why they should not be at a loss about what to do now.
The headlines only tell part of the story. In this revised and updated version of his bestselling book, Dr. Erwin Lutzer clearly and accurately depicts the truth about what is at stake. By asking the right questions and pinpointing the very real ramifications of same-sex marriage, this handbook will help guide reality back to Truth. Dr. Lutzer expertly answers the questions that so many individuals, parents, friends, and families are asking:
How did we get to this point?
Why is marriage, as God intended it, better-and healthier?
How can I talk to my kids about this?
How do I responsibly read, watch, and filter the news?
Is there still hope?
Let no one say that we have to choose between loving homosexuals and opposing same-sex marriages. Biblically, love is defined not as license to legitimatize sinful behavior of any kind, but love helps us see that there is a better way. Obviously, we must be as concerned about our own sins as we are about the sins of the homosexual community. We must be concerned enough to speak out about any action, heterosexual or homosexual, that violates God's intended plan for marriage and the family.
This simple, straightforward look at the issue of same-sex marriage will equip you to know what is really happening and, most importantly, why it matters for you.
About the author:
Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer (B.Th., Winnipeg Bible College; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; M.A., Loyola University) is the pastor emeritus of The Moody Church in Chicago, where he served as senior pastor from 1980-2016.Dr. Lutzer and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area and are the parents of three grown children and eight grandchildren.