Amazon Removes Books by Authors Who Were Once Homosexuals and Are Now Changed Christians

Following the removal of books by a Catholic psychologist amid LGBT activist pressure, Amazon has removed the works of other authors who once lived and identified as gay.

The works of Anne Paulk of the Restored Hope Network and pastoral counselor and author Joe Dallas are among the latest books to be pulled from the online retail giant.

Dallas’ book — Desires in Conflict: Hope for Men Who Struggle with Sexual Identity — and Paulk’s book — Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction — both of which until the past few days were sold on the platform, are now no longer available for purchase.

“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,” Dallas said in an email to The Christian Post Monday.

“It would be awfully naive to think it will stop here. First, the LGBTQ movement will convince the culture that telling homosexuals they can change is dangerous. Then they’ll convince the culture that calling homosexuality a sin is dangerous. Then the government will tell the pastors of America what they can or cannot say on this subject, and the culture will approve.”

The author added that those whose books are being targeted and scrubbed from the website are presently considering how to best respond but their mission will remain the same.

“None of us will stop communicating the grace of God evidenced in our lives, and in the lives of those we serve,” Dallas said.

“Peter and John said it so well: ‘Whether it is right in the sight of God to listen to you more than to God, you judge. For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard,” he added, referencing Acts 4:20.

Dallas’ other books are still available on Amazon.

Paulk did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brandon Showalter