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22:07 | 22nd March 2017

News: UK

Mon 21 Feb, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


Our books deal with Christian themes and this is one we particularly believe in

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A publisher is about to launch a new book that claims Jesus can cure homosexuality and they are already preparing for the outcry that will come from the community.

The launch of Where Is Your Brother? by Marion Heath is taking place at St Paul’s Church in St Paul’s Street, Worcester, next month and the city based publisher is expecting a backlash to the nature of the title.

According to the Worcester news author Heath is heading back from Canada to the launch and signing of her book.



Mohr, 79, who runs publishing company Crossbridge Books, reportedly said to the paper: “We wanted this to be a more high profile launch than we usually have because of the nature of the story.”

"Our books deal with Christian themes and this is one we particularly believe in.

“We are expecting it to be controversial because of its claim that Jesus can cure homosexuals and we are ready for the controversy.”

The story is supposedly about two men called Ryan and Tony who enjoy white-water rafting adventures together.

She added about the story: “We are expecting homosexual people to object to the idea that Tony can be cured of his homosexual tendencies.

“We want them to read the book and find out more about the healing power of Jesus. A lot of people have been led astray and the present attitude is almost claiming that it is normal.

"Some seem to be born that way, but a lot of psychiatrists say it is a result of our environment. I know Jesus can heal them.”

The launch of Where is Your Brother? is on March 19th from 2pm to 4pm.

 

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