University of South Carolina faculty: George Alan Rekers, William Porcher Miles, Augusta Braxton Baker, Cleveland Sellers, Ralph F. Hirschmann

 
9781155759357: University of South Carolina faculty: George Alan Rekers, William Porcher Miles, Augusta Braxton Baker, Cleveland Sellers, Ralph F. Hirschmann
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: George Alan Rekers, William Porcher Miles, Augusta Braxton Baker, Cleveland Sellers, Ralph F. Hirschmann, Joseph LeConte, James Dickey, Benjamin B. Dunlap, Jehan Al Sadat, William Emerson, Jim Rex, Laura Walls, James Cutsinger, Matthew J. Bruccoli, Greg Street, Brian Kelly, Ronald DeVore, Clifford Leaman, Dan T. Carter, David Funderburk, Robert S. Coleman, Lawrence B. Glickman, Ed Madden, John Le Conte, Joseph T. Dipiro, Marianne Elliott, Esmaiel Jabbari, Carol Myers-Scotton, Charles L. Evans, George Singleton, Paul E. Johnson, Peter Lewis Allen. Excerpt: George Alan Rekers (born July 11, 1948) is an American psychologist and ordained Southern Baptist minister. He is emeritus professor of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. Rekers has a Ph.D from University of California, Los Angeles and has been a research fellow at Harvard University, a professor and psychologist for UCLA and the University of Florida, and department head at Kansas State University. In 1983 Rekers was on the founding board of the Family Research Council, a non-profit Christian lobbying organization, and he is a former officer and scientific advisor of the National Association for Research & Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH), an organization offering conversion therapy intended to change homosexuals into heterosexuals. Rekers has testified in court that homosexuality is sinful and destructive and against parenthood by gay and lesbian people in a number of court cases involving organizations and state agencies working with children. In May 2010 Rekers employed a male prostitute as a travel companion for a two-week vacation in Europe. Rekers denied any inappropriate conduct and suggestions that he was gay. The male escort told CNN he had given Rekers "sexual massages" while traveling together ...

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