Jeff Chu

The Atlantic

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Author of Does Jesus Really Love Me?: A Gay Christian's Pilgrimage in Search of God in America; Editor at Large for Fast Company

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From its start in California 37 years ago, Exodus International built 260 Christian ministries based on the idea that homosexuality could be "cured."

Exodus International Apologizes for Trying to Convert Gays

From its start in California 37 years ago, Exodus International built 260 Christian ministries based on the idea that homosexuality could be "cured."

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