For the Bible Tells Me So is a 2007 American documentary film directed by Daniel G. Karslake about homosexuality and its perceived conflict with Christianity, as well as various interpretations of what the Bible says about same-sex sexuality.
The Bible isn’t designed to tell me what to do (135) because it is so utterly disinterested in giving straight answers (135). If so, then Enns finds himself in a dilemma. He either claims to get his moral norms from some other source (what is this mysterious source?), or he must claim to get them from Scripture. As he writes, We’re all free to put the pieces together as we think best (86). In the end, The Bible Tells Me So is a book about contradictions. Enns intended it to be a book about contradictions in the Bible. But it becomes quickly apparent that the contradictions are really in Enns’s own worldview.
Dale Evans: The Bible Tells Me So for voice, piano or guitar, intermediate sheet music. High Quality and Interactive, transposable in any key, play along and easy practice by changing the tempo, and more. Includes an High Quality PDF file to download instantly.
An exploration of the intersection between religion and homosexuality in the . and how the religious right has used its interpretation of the Bible to stigmatize the gay community. Director: Daniel G. Karslake (as Daniel Karslake). I attended the premiere of the movie, FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO, at Sundance on January 21, 2007. It is a powerful movie that opens for discussion the impact of religious teaching on homosexuals in America. It gives support to those within the American public who know and deeply care for some gays in their lives and innately feel that God loves all his children and so should they. Every church congregation and Sunday School Class should see this movie as one audience and then have their own discussion. I believe the result would stimulate an acceptance not heretofore anticipated.
The Bible Tells Me So" is a 1955 gospel pop hit written by Dale Evans. Nick Noble's version was the first of two to chart. It features the Lew Douglas orchestra and backing vocals by the Jack Halloran Choir. Don Cornell's version followed Noble's rendition on the charts by one month. It reached number seven during the fall of 1955 and is the most successful version of the song.
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|47-6218||Weatherford Quartet||The Bible Tells Me So (7", Promo)||RCA Victor||47-6218||US||1955|