Why God Doesn't Hate You

by Tia Michelle Pesando


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/7/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 322
ISBN : 9781452593661
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Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 322
ISBN : 9781452593647
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Page Count : 322
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About the Book

Due to the supposedly losing war that Christianity has fought against the decline of its values for the last one hundred years, Christians seem to have entered a sort of “siege mode”; they are afraid that acceptance of “liberal ideas” about women, homosexuals, and the transgender community are a part of the increasing moral decadence of our society. As a result, they have defensively shut their gates against such perceptions, leaving many of us out in the cold.

Is this God’s will?

No. Why God Doesn’t Hate You is the result of transgender Roman Catholic consecrated maiden Tia Michelle Pesando’s extensive theological research, and it brings to light several startling truths. No longer should we feel the need to choose between science and faith, or between religion and our own understanding of what is right and wrong.

The knowledge contained herein both reassures and provides an excellent defense for those minorities previously persecuted by Christians, as Tia Michelle knows from her own experience coming out after thirty years in the guise of a man. Recently, she walked into a Roman Catholic church just before mass dressed as a woman, wearing the veil of the consecrated maiden, and approached the priest with the statement, “I have assembled a rock-solid argument in favour of homosexuality.” The positive response she received alone shows that there is hope.


About the Author

When she was sixteen years old, Tia Michelle endured a near-death experience which changed her life. Several years and much study later, she has become the world’s first hermaphrodite Roman Catholic consecrated maiden and is in the process of joining the Carmelite Order of sisters.