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From the IX Bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church—the first openly gay person elected to the historic episcopate, and the world’s leading religious spokesperson for gay rights and gay marriage—a groundbreaking book that lovingly and persuasively makes the case for same-sex marriage using commonsense, reasoned, and religious arguments. Read more about God Believes in Love.

From the IX Bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church—the first openly gay person elected to the historic episcopate, and the world’s leading religious spokesperson for gay rights and gay marriage—a groundbreaking book that lovingly and persuasively makes the case for same-sex marriage using commonsense, reasoned, and religious arguments. Read more about God Believes in Love.

Chick-fil-A day: Don’t boycott. Infiltrate.

In her On Faith column, Sally Quinn of The Washington Post cites Bishop Gene Robinson’s God Believes in Love in her response to Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy’s remarks on gay marriage.

Bishop Robinson: “Can anyone imagine that Jesus would denounce and decry two men or two women who have fallen in love, have promised to live in a faithful, monogamous lifelong intentioned relationship and now seek the civil status and the church’s sacrament of marriage? I cannot.”

Anthony Heilbut’s forthcoming book, The Fan Who Knew Too Much, intends to expose what he calls the hypocrisy of the black church’s opposition to gay marriage. And as if that weren’t enough (and it is), The Fan Who Knew Too Much is also a dazzling exploration of American culture from country blues singers to male sopranos, from European intellectuals to the originators of the radio soap opera. Read more about it.

Anthony Heilbut’s forthcoming book, The Fan Who Knew Too Much, intends to expose what he calls the hypocrisy of the black church’s opposition to gay marriage.

And as if that weren’t enough (and it is), The Fan Who Knew Too Much is also a dazzling exploration of American culture from country blues singers to male sopranos, from European intellectuals to the originators of the radio soap opera. Read more about it.

The Bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire, Gene Robinson, on offering a cup of water on Gay Pride Day in New York City: “This cup of water is about justice.”

Watch this clip of Robinson’s amazing, courageous sermon from Love Free or Die. Robinson is also the first openly gay person elected to the historic episcopate, and he’s written a book called God Believes In Love: Straight Talk About Gay Marriage.

Biden Backs Same-Sex Marriage

Joe Biden’s public support of same-sex marriage is just one of several recent high-profile endorsements. This fall, Knopf will publish a religious argument for same-sex marriage by Gene Robinson, the Bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church and the first openly gay person elected to the historic episcopate. Find out more about God Believes in Love.