Gay "Queen James" Bible Causes Controversy
If you've ever questioned the controversial homos-xual verses in the Good Book, look no further for answers because the Queen James Bible has been released.
The publication, a gay adaptation of the King James version, is being publicized as the first gay bible.
The Queen James book of scriptures was published to bring religious clarity and interpret passages about gays, bis-xuality, and same-s-x marriage. “The Queen James Bible addresses those controversial verses by editing them very slightly for interpretive clarity. The edits all confirm that the Bible does not condemn homos-xuality, and therefore renders such interpretations impossible,” said the book's editors via queenjamesbible.com. Interestingly enough, the website and text have God listed as its author and Jesus Christ as the contributor. The book's physical publisher, editor, and translator are not listed anywhere.
Many are outraged about whether gay Bibles are socially accepted, moral and/or just simply disrespectful. Although, the gay publication is just as ambiguous as any version of the Holy Bible given that absolute truth is only determined by one's faith in it. The constant rebutting about the homos-xual Bible modifications and the secular debate on same-s-x marriage continues.
The Queen James Bible is listed for $34.95 on the book's website.