Key to Biblical Doctrine

"Anyone who comes to me, I will not reject for any reason whatsoever."
– Jesus (John 6:37)

"Key to Biblical Doctrine" by Jerald L. Brown is sword and shield for the gay Christian.


Current Lesson


Thoughts and Tips

Thanksgiving Dinner

Synopsis of each chapter of the book

for gay Christians


Rules for
Biblical interpretation

by the Author

by the Reader

Recommended Reading




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Interesting letters and discussions sent to Gay Christians Best Friend. Click on the link to view the actualy email and reply.

Aug 26, 2016. A friend of mine read a portion of this book and said, "I don't agree with what you said.
Ans: Well, of course you don't agree. A person's belief system has been systimatically put into him by his teachers, parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, magazinies, newspapers, textbooks, pastors, church family and on and on. It's been fed to you and has taken root. The only way to correct errors that deeply ingrained is to make a positive decision that you will have an open mind and believe facts over your favorite doctrines. That's called growing.

Feb 4, 2012. Don's Question – Don asked questions about whether a person could be sinful in God's eyes without commiting an act of sin. That is, are gay people sinful because they are gay, or because they actively live a gay lifestyle. His thought is that they are sinful because they are gay; my reply is that being gay is not a sin; it is a creation of God..

Feb 4, 2012. JW's Question – JW asked if there was any proof that a person is born gay.
There is not yet proof that anybody is born gay (as of August 26, 2016). There is also no proof that anybody is born straight. The question that is left to us, then, is our sexuality a choice? Do people choose to be straight? Do people choose to be? Or does it come naturally? When did you choose your sexuality, and what were the surrounding circumstances of that event in your life?