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Lead Me Not

Narrated by: Michael Ferraiuolo
Length: 12 hrs and 13 mins
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Isaac Morris has devoted his life to preaching against the sin of homosexuality. But when his sister proposes a documentary to demonstrate once and for all that it’s a choice - with Isaac choosing to be gay as proof - he balks. Until he learns his nephew is headed down that perverted path. Isaac will do anything to convince the teenager he can choose to be straight...including his sister’s film.

When Isaac’s first foray into the gay lifestyle ends with a homophobic beating, he’s saved and cared for by Colton Roberts, a gentle, compassionate bartender with a cross around his neck. Colton challenges every one of Isaac’s deeply held beliefs about gay men. He was kicked out by homophobic parents and saved from the streets by a kind pastor and is now a devout Christian. Colton’s sexuality has cost him dearly, but it also brought him to God.

As the two grow closer, everything Isaac knows about homosexuality, his faith, and himself is called into question. And if he’s been wrong all along, what does that mean for his ministry, his soul, his struggling nephew - and the man he never meant to love?

©2015 L.A. Witt (P)2019 L.A. Witt

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  • Brendan Fairhall
  • 01-24-19

Christian.... sort of

I found the book to be very engaging. However a lot of the scenes were probably a little to graphic for a book in the ‘Christian’ marketplace.
I found that the authors bias was woven into the book. It looked like it was heading towards a ‘Different approach to evangelism within the homosexual environment’ but then decided it was perfectly alright and within Gods plan.
I unfortunately think this is a poor representation of Christianity.