Our favorite new blog and book

BND San Francisco based author Erik F. Wait has jumped to the forefront of scholarly exposition on gay christian theology with his new book  Do Not Be Deceived: A Christian Worldview Response to Gay Theology and a blog of the same name.

We’ve known Erik for many years and his work is a welcome addition to the massive task of educating the church and equipping the saints on one of the most insidious attacks on the faith in recent memory.

The 674 page book is no lightweight read. It thoroughly addresses flawed epistemological foundations, as well as the hermeneutical errors of this growing movement and provides a thorough exegesis of the relevant Biblical texts on human sexuality.

Sadly the gay church movement and its parasitic theology has caused massive damage to foundational beliefs which have sustained the church through many challenges. But this is an internal spiritual infection and its unassuming until the symptoms began to appear.

Deception and spiritual identity fraud is just as much a growing problem for the church as it is in the secular world. They take it very seriously and have developed all types of  protective measures but the church still treats identity fraud as a low priority issue.  This is why  gay church theology has been able to deceive so many so quickly.

You can protect yourself and innoculate yourself with this powerful resource Do Not Be Deceived.

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One Response to Our favorite new blog and book

  1. Erik F. Wait says:

    Thank you for your kind review! Believe it or not, although it is 674 pages long this is the “short” version of the book as I had to cut out about 300 pages. I hope to publish a sequel which will be moral pastoral and will be useful for counseling.

    Grace & Peace,

    Erik F. Wait

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