In a new book, The Truth About Jordan Peterson, the University of Minnesota professor who is currently the national spokesman for the pro-LGBT Christian Coalition, tries to explain why some Christians are “deeply disturbed” by Peterson’s views.
Peterson, Peterson said, has “shown no remorse for any of the horrific things that he has said or done,” and he is a “danger to children.”
Peterson, a former Marine and University of Michigan football player who became a conservative political activist after he was arrested for assaulting a woman who was pregnant with his child, has been accused of molesting a young boy and of sexually abusing two other women.
Peterson was not charged with a crime and his lawyers have called for him to be removed from office.
The book is titled “A Warning for Christians: The Truth about Jordan Peterson.”
Peterson has received widespread criticism over his treatment of his gay son, who was born in 2008, and has also been criticized for his comments on his podcast.
His views have drawn scrutiny from a number of conservative groups, including the Family Research Council, the American Family Association and the Alliance Defending Freedom.
In an interview with ESPN’s Christiane Amanpour on Sunday, Peterson responded to critics by saying, “I am not a closeted gay person.
I am not going to hide my gay identity.
I don’t want to hide the fact that I am gay.
I’m not hiding it.
I have been a good, decent Christian.”
He also called out the Family Policy Institute, a conservative think tank that advocates for marriage equality, for using its name and a logo to promote his views.
“They have a lot of influence on American politics,” Peterson said.
“If you want to call them the ‘hate group,’ then I guess you can.
I think that’s what they do.”
He said he has been “caught in a trap.”
“They don’t know who I am, I know them,” Peterson added.
“I was born into a Christian family.
I never, ever thought that I would be a closet, a gay person, a pedophile, or a drug dealer.
I’ve always been a Christian.”
The book, which is available in paperback and Kindle formats, is written with Peterson’s former wife, the journalist Katie Roiphe.
Peterson’s lawyers say the book contains factual errors and misrepresentations of the facts.
They also say Peterson’s book does not include a full accounting of his life before coming out as gay, which was part of the interview he did with Amanpour.
In addition to discussing his upbringing, the book also discusses his professional career and the life of the man he married.
The couple divorced in 2007, but Peterson and Roiphere remained close, and the couple has four children.
Peterson has previously acknowledged his abuse of children, saying in 2014 that he “was very lucky” that his abuse did not cause him to seek psychiatric treatment.
But he said at the time that his wife, Roipher, “was the one who brought me to the point where I needed help.”
In the book, Peterson is quoted as saying that he would “take a beating, but I’d never say, ‘Oh, I’m going to kill my wife.’
I’d take the beatings and I’d tell her, ‘I’m going in and I’m just going to take a beating until she doesn’t want me anymore.'”
“If I’m telling the truth, it doesn’t change anything,” Peterson told Amanpour about his marriage.
“It doesn’t make any difference.
I just don’t think you can say, I want to be a man and you can’t, you can do what you want.”
Peterson is currently a guest on Amanpour’s show, but he did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Christian Coalition issued a statement in response to the book’s release saying: “This is not an accurate account of the life and times of Dr. Peterson.
While we welcome his apology for his conduct, he should not be treated as a pariah because of his views.”
The group also said that Peterson’s “toxic and hateful rhetoric, and his ongoing attempts to silence anyone who questions his hateful beliefs, are not in keeping with the values of the Christian Coalition.”
The coalition also said the book “takes a dishonest approach to what is an important issue in our society, namely, the growing and growing acceptance of same-sex marriage.”
The organization called on the Christian Conservative leaders in Congress to stop allowing Peterson to speak at their events.
The statement was also signed by more than 300 other conservative groups and leaders, including former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, former Arizona Gov.
Jan Brewer, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Arkansas Gov.
The group is urging the groups that signed the statement to stop giving Peterson free speech and instead hold him accountable for his remarks.
The Family Research Center, which has been a vocal supporter of conservative Christian