Urban Marriage 14: Atlanta Mom Goes MAGC (Moms Against Gay Cults)
Tulipe PascerePosted 4 June 2020 by the-librarian
As the title suggests, and the rest of the series confirms, this book takes on the world from a mainstream Christian perspective. Although the attempt of this book seems to be supportive of the LGBTQ+ community, insofar as mainstream Christians are willing to go, it does not seem to strike the right balance.
The dialogue, at its best, is stilted and the plot is more exposition than a story. The book has an agenda as its primary purpose with fleshed out characters and plot of a secondary concern (if a concern at all). It feels almost more like a moral tale from a skewed Christian perspective.
While the author’s motives appear to be supportive of the LGBTQ+ community the story does not always hit that mark. I was disheartened by the views expressed in parts, even when used to counter the very views being expressed. It seemed condescending to the readers, the Christian community, and to anyone who is gay.
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