Author Joe Dallas told The Christian Post that he believes the removals are a precursor of what is to come. “Amazon’s decision is no surprise since today’s culture is caving to the goals of the LGBTQ political movement, which have always included the silencing [of] any disapproval of homosexuality,” he said.
(Heather Clark – Christian News Network) A petition has been launched after the popular marketplace site Amazon pulled a number of books on leaving homosexuality — some that could be considered “conversion therapy” books and others that were simply writings from those who were delivered from homosexuality by the power of Jesus Christ.
Among the books that no longer come up in a search on the site or are listed as being “not currently available for purchase” are “Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction” by Anne Paulk; “Desires in Conflict: Hope for Men Who Struggle with Sexual Identity” by Joe Dallas; “Orientation and Choice: One Man’s Sexual Journey” by David A Robinson; and “Growth into Manhood: Resuming the Journey” by Alan Medinger.
A description of the Paulk book obtained from another site states in part, “Does becoming a Christian eliminate all desire for members of the same sex? What support is available for women who struggle with lesbianism? Can a woman be a lesbian and a Christian at the same time? How does childhood sexual abuse relate to the development of lesbianism?”
“The desire to love God vs. the desire to be loved in a way God prohibits,” the description for Dallas’ book reads. “You won’t find any quick fixes in this book. What you will find is effective help for restoring sexual wholeness and moving ahead in your Christian life.”