Stranger at the Gate: To Be Gay and Christian in America - Chapter Fourteen, 1993-94, Time for Doing Justice! Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fourteen, 1993-94, Time for Doing Justice! Summary and Analysis

White's debut in the cathedral somewhat confused him, as it engaged in "high-church", liturgical, formal worship; White had been raised in totally low-church style worship practices. The hymns were beautiful and led White to tears. After forty years of guilt and fear he was free. He came to believe that his sexual orientation was something to celebrate. All his worries about destroying his family were misplaced, for they have triumphed. When White came out, he quickly became a gay celebrity and was interviewed on network television several times. The phones have not stopped ringing.

White's old struggle was over and he turned to declare war on the Religious Right with his Truth in Love campaign. The campaign first focused on gathering data to counter antigay propaganda, which quickly started...

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