By Jeff Chu
Does Jesus relatively Love Me?: A homosexual Christian's Pilgrimage looking for God in America is a component memoir and half investigative research that explores the explosive and complicated intersection of religion, politics, and sexuality in Christian America.
The quest to discover a solution is on the center of Does Jesus particularly Love Me?—a own trip of trust, an research, and a portrait of a religion and a country at odds by means of award-winning reporter Jeff Chu.
From Brooklyn to Nashville to California, from Westboro Baptist Church and their “God Hates Fags” protest symptoms, to the pioneering Episcopalian bishop Mary Glasspool—who announces a message of liberation and divine love, Chu captures religious snapshots of Christian the US at a striking second, while tensions among each side within the tradition wars have not often been higher.
Funny and heartbreaking, difficult and clever, Does Jesus rather Love Me? is an highbrow, emotional, and religious pilgrimage that finds a kingdom in crisis.