Ever felt torn between your faith and who you are? You're not alone. 'Broke the Bread, Spilled the Tea' is your guide on an enlightening journey that bridges the gap between being a Christian and identifying as LGBTQ+.
Here's the deal, folks have been interpreting the Bible in ways that leave many feeling marginalized and confused. But what if those interpretations missed the mark? This book peels back the layers of misunderstood 'gay-bashing' verses, providing fresh insights that marry faith and identity.
Authoritative yet relatable, this thought-provoking exploration dives into the ancient context of the scripture, serving a hot brew of truth and debunking long-held assumptions. No more black and white readings - we're going for a deep dive into the shades of grey in Biblical texts.
This isn't about picking and choosing verses. We're diving into historical facts, doing a deep-dive lexicological analysis, and taking a new look at theology. Imagine unlocking the ancient context of scriptures and dusting off the truth hidden underneath centuries of misconceptions. Sounds mind-blowing, right?
The author has walked this path and done the homework for you. 'Broke the Bread, Spilled the Tea' isn't just sharing personal insights. It's about challenging Sunday pulpit narratives with hard facts that make sense.
The result? A God who is all about love, inclusivity, and acceptance. This book isn't just about understanding - it's about liberation.
Ready to break some bread and spill some tea? 'Broke the Bread, Spilled the Tea' makes the academic relatable. Don't miss this compelling, easy-to-read exploration of faith and identity.
What do you do when your identity directly contradicts your faith?
The Christian Church has long been one of the most influential institutions in society. Self-proclaimed as God's representatives on earth, it is ironic to see how a faith of love and inclusion has been the source of wars, genocides, slavery, and oppression throughout the ages. In an era of misinformation and blind faith, maybe it's time to take a closer look at the Bible and "judge by the fruits" of what is real and what is not. Broke the Bread, Spilled the Tea aims to explore one of Christianity's most marginalized groups and breaks down exactly what the Bible says about queerness through a contextual, historical, and lexicological lens. Bridging the gap between identity and faith is possible when we conclude that perhaps the God preached on the Sunday pulpits isn't the fullness of who He actually is.
From an author deep in the trenches,
I've broken the bread,
it's time to spill the tea.