There May Be
Davian Aw


How should the overarching message of Christianity inform our response to the moral issues of our time?

This book challenges the belief that homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teachings, providing intelligent, witty and meticulous study of the contextual and historical background behind those parts of Scripture.

The book also addresses some of the harmful myths and misconceptions about the LGBT community that still pervade many Christian circles, and calls for the church to respond in a way that exemplifies the love that Jesus stood for; even – perhaps especially – when we disagree.

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"For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: 'Love your neighbour as yourself.'"
Galatians 5:14


  • Davian Aw

    Davian Aw is a Singaporean writer whose short fiction and poetry – for which he was nominated for the 2018 Rhysling Award – have appeared in a number of local and international publications. He serves on the worship team at Free Community Church and was co-facilitator for its 2015 run of Living Water, a support group for gay Christian men seeking to reconcile their faith and sexuality. He was baptised at FCC on Easter 2018.


  • Free Community Church

    The Free Community Church is a congregation of diverse individuals and families gathering to worship and grow as a Christian community. We desire to develop a vibrant heart relationship with God and a thinking-mind relationship with the Bible. We do not believe in easy answers to life’s challenging questions but in the wisdom of a great and loving God, who surpasses our human understanding. We aim to nurture Christ-centred communities so that members can develop a faith relevant to our times.

    We welcome all people regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or economic status to our worship services and activities.

    You can visit www.freecomchurch.org to find out more. If you have any questions about Free Community Church, our ministries or our activities, please do not hesitate to drop us an email at info@freecomchurch.org.


"Test all things; hold fast what is good."
1 Thessalonians 5:21

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