The Book

GAY CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD is an unorthodox presentation of an outrageous love story written for God’s least likely tribe–His beautiful sons and daughters who have been told over and over that they are abominable and despised. But make no mistake Gay Conversations with God is no fairytale. It’s not only for gays and lesbians. It’s for anyone who is sickened by the hateful, money-grubbing ChristianTM brand, “as seen on TV.” It’s the authentic good news that so many are dying to read.

God is madly and passionately in love with ALL of His kids—gay, straight or somewhere in between. All He asks is that you are foolish enough to believe.

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From the Author

After working for many years on the 700 Club and several other Christian networks as a senior producer and host, I knew that coming out as a gay man would be suicide– financially and relationally. I begged God for more than eight years to find someone else to write this book. But after a lifetime of being tormented by my attraction to men, and my attraction to God, I finally had an epiphany.

If God hates fags, why is he so obviously in love with me?

Quite frankly, this is a crazy book. And so is God’s love. I think I have finally come to a place where I truly believe this raw, honest message of God’s incredible, undeniable, unconditional love for ALL of His kids. Gay Conversations with God is not shocking for sheer shock’s sake. It shocks because it is a story that has been denied for so long. And it is written in the language of those who have been beaten and bloodied beyond belief by God’s so-called right hand men.

Drastic times call for drastic measures. This book pulls no punches. Imagine Billy Graham meets Dr. Seuss along with just a dollop of porn and you pretty much have this book.
Oh, and it’s a little like insulin. If you are a diabetic it will save you. If you aren’t it will kill you. Take only as directed.

–James

1 Comment

  • Chris Falson

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    In my own search I discovered that I could never offend God while I was being honest with him, in fact I find that he urges me on to tell it like it is. This has helped me to discover (in process) who I am and that its OK to be me. And this is what I now read within the pages of James' new book. I applaud his honesty and wit and I hope that "Gay Conversations with God" (which I think is a really gay title) encourages many people to ask the same questions of themselves. Chris Falson Singer Songwriter

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