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Homosexuality And The Politics Of Truth
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The model Dr. Satinover develops is based on modern science and psychological understandings of habit, compulsion, and addiction. Homosexuality, he writes, is one of the many forms of sould sickness that is innate to our fallen nature.
Dr. Jeffrey Satinover has practiced psychoanalysis and psychiatry for more than ninetten years. He is a former Fellow in Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry at Yale University and a past president of the C. G. Jung Foundations. He holds degrees from MIT, the University of Texas, the Harvard University and serves as a medical advisor to Focus on the Family.
Rigorous scientific scholarship and clear, passionate prose unite to make this book a rarity in our times.--Joseph Nicolosi, President of the National Association for the Research and Treatment of Homosexuality
Dr. Satinover argues convincingly that the growing acceptance of alternative sexual lifestyles' is not a function of convincing scientific evidence or compelling moral argumentation. His analysis needs to be heard and heeded today.--Stanton Jones, Chairman of the Department of Psychology, Wheaton College
"The best book on homosexuality written in our lifetime . . . ."--Congressional Record, May 1996
Homosexuality And The Politics Of Truth by Jeffrey Satinover was published by Baker in February 1996 and is our 25125th best seller. The ISBN for Homosexuality And The Politics Of Truth is 9780801056253.
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|Author / Artist||Jeffrey Satinover|
|Publisher||Baker (February 1996)|
|Number of Pages||280|
|Page last updated||30th November 2017|