Objects & Places from Stranger at the Gate: To Be Gay and Christian in America

Mel White
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Santa Cruz, California

White's hometown.

Warner Pacific College

The college White and Lyla attended.

University of Southern California

White pursued his Ph.D. in communications here.

Fuller Theological Seminary

White earns his degree for ordination at this institution.

Laguna Beach, California

A gay-friendly city where White lived with his partner Gary.

Bible Passages Condemning Homosexuality

White talks extensively about this text used by the Religious Right to condemn homosexuality.

Homosexual Orientation

White argues that sexuality is a result of this and not preference.

The Ex-Gay Movement

A largely Christian movement of homosexuals who claim to no longer be homosexual.

Films

White made many of these prior to becoming a ghostwriter and discusses several of them in the book.

Ghostwriting

One of White's career activities which led him to interaction with many well-known Christian leaders.

The Religious Right

The collection of Christian leaders and pastors and their followers who...

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