The Truth Shall Set You Free: A Memoir

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1999 M01 1 - 261 pages

A riveting new voice in literary memoir tells the gripping true story of a family shattered--and ultimately set free--by the revelation of a long-hidden secret. Sally Lowe Whitehead shares the deeply personal story of her own and her husband's lifelong quest for spiritual truth--and her astonishing discovery of her husband's homosexuality, which initially broke and then remade her vision of family, love, and Christian faith.

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Rationalization for homosexuality

User Review  - Natan - Christianbook.com

Michael was raped as a teen and hid his subsequent male attraction and affairs during his marriage to Sally. Finally the truth emerged. Instead of 'setting them free' they rejected the truth by ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Sally Lowe Whitehead is a freelance writer and the mother of six young men. The Truth Shall Set You Free is her first book.

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