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Alan Branch

Alan Branch

Alan Branch

James Alan Branch is professor of Christian Ethics at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Born This Way? was Alan Branch’s first published book. This book surveys scientific data on the origins of same sex attraction from a Christian perspective. Alan also has a number of articles published for the Biblical Illustrator, Midwestern Journal of Theology and a number of book reviews. All of his writing seeks to blend conviction with compassion. Currently, Alan Branch is working on his second book and teaching at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He enjoys running, watching college football and playing the guitar. He is married to a wonderful wife and has two children.

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