The Love Line, the latest book from Baptist Minister John Henson, challenges traditional Christianity in its attitudes and responses to 'the sexual revolution' of the past one hundred years.
From the outset the book seeks to refute the impression the churches give that the Bible is a patriarchal book and exclusively heterosexual, by visiting texts that are rarely read or are frequently interpreted in a conformist way. It disputes inhibitions based on fear and cultivated by a vast amount of Christians. Readers will also be introduced to a new set of heroes and heroines including Ham, Ishmael, Tamar, Zippy, Michelle, and Gomer.
The Love Line is an undeniably spiritual book which features ground-breaking interpretations, and aims to strengthen the reader's relationship with God.