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James Melville "Mel" White (born July 26, 1940) is an American clergyman and author.
White was a behind-the-scenes member of the Evangelical Protestant movement through the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, writing film and television specials and ghostwriting auto-biographies for televangelists such as Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, and Billy Graham.
The two lasted for seven legs of the race before being eliminated in sixth place in Phuket, Thailand.
White's autobiography, Stranger at the Gate: To be Gay and Christian in America (1994), is still being read widely, especially by LGBTQ people, their families and friends struggling to reconcile faith with sexual orientation.
Ghosting – or a sudden disappearance with no reply and no explanation – has been on the rise for years, and shows no signs of waning.
Nearly everyone has encountered one or both of these exchanges at some point.
White's latest book, Religion Gone Bad: Hidden Dangers from the Christian Right (2007), is called "A consciousness-raising, must-read book" by Bishop John Shelby Spong.
It was reissued later in revised form with the title Holy Terror: Lies the Christian Right Tells Us to Deny Gay Equality.