The Revelation of Man by David Schweon

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The Revelation Of Man book coverbook review.

This book tells the story of a scientific search for answers about the origins of gayness. Science and religion form an unlikely alliance in attempting to discover a hereditary link which accounts for male homosexuality. Told from the point of view of various characters, including a microbiologist, a right wing preacher, and a grieving father, it offers a humorous send up of the “other side’s” discomfort with us as a community and their constant need to explain or cure the “problem.”

As the story progresses, various surprises emerge, suggesting a purpose for us after all, and then all hell breaks loose. While the effect is amusing, it is also scary to know that there are people out there who indeed think this way. If nothing else, this work serves as a good reminder of the power of our opposition and the lengths they are willing to go to in order to further their bigoted agenda.

This book is currently only available in e-book format and can be found on www.barnesandnoble.com.

The Revelation Of Man book coverbook review.

This book tells the story of a scientific search for answers about the origins of gayness. Science and religion form an unlikely alliance in attempting to discover a hereditary link which accounts for male homosexuality. Told from the point of view of various characters, including a microbiologist, a right wing preacher, and a grieving father, it offers a humorous send up of the “other side’s” discomfort with us as a community and their constant need to explain or cure the “problem.”