Thursday, May 21, 2009

Homosexuality a Choice: APA Agrees

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Homosexuality a Choice: APA Agrees

The American Psychological Society (APA) has released a new brochure, affirming they have been unable to find a "gay-gene".

Although additional research was not identified or even referenced, clearly there is new evidence that has caused them to issue new statements.

It is generally known that there are extensive efforts to prove that people are born homosexual---that homosexuality is simply a biological fait accompli. This is fundamental to most all of the homosexual social agenda. These new statements further affirm that is not the case.

There is no gay gene. There is no simple biological pathway to homosexuality.

The APA had previously said that therapy cannot change sexual orientation. Now their comments are more nuanced on the subject and they are saying there is, "No scientifically adequate research to show that therapy is safe or effective."

However, there is research that does support the conclusion that some people can and do change. It is identified in the link above.

If you do not have time to read anything else today, please take a moment and read the following personal story of Charlene Cothran.

Charlene is a former lesbian leader and editor of VENUS magazine. Her change came, not through therapy, but through a transformational experience with God's love, release and restoration.

She says after 29 years as a lesbian leader in the gay community, "I stand before you today as an epistle of change. I am proof that change is possible in the homosexual community."

If you are involved in the gay lifestyle and have questions or hesitations---read her experience. Take a couple moments in the privacy of this moment and see what she has to say.

Contrary to what you may have been told, Christian leaders, myself included, do not hate gays. We simply know there can be a better way. Take a chance and read Ms Cothran's words.

Gary Randall
Faith & Freedom

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