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Logical and Spiritual Reflections is now available in print (404p. A4) in hardcover ($40) and paperback ($25) editions (plus shipping expenses),
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No to Sodom
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Logical and Spiritual REFLECTIONS

© Avi Sion, 2008. All rights reserved.

 

Book 6

No to Sodom

 

This is an essay against homosexuality, using biological, psychological, spiritual, ethical and political arguments.

 

Chapters:

1. Picking up the gauntlet

2. Homosexuals defined

3. Homosexual tendencies

4. The biological role of sex

5. Non-reproductive sex

6. Deviance and suffering

7. Some probable causes

8. Changing rationalizations

9. It is freely chosen

10. Sensuality and perversion

11. Spiritual impurity

12. The essence of sodomy

13. A social revolution

14. The defenders and promoters of homosexuality

15. Some legal issues

16. A call for recovery

17.  (ANNEX) The Rabbis must ban homosexuals from Judaism

 

.pdf versions of this essay and its annex may be viewed and freely downloaded: click here

 

See also: "Philosophy of Law" in Volition and Allied Causal Concepts, chapter 18:3.

 

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