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Biblical Ethics and Homosexuality: listening to scripture

Biblical Ethics and Homosexuality: listening to scripture
By Robert L Brawley

What are the most important texts for modern Christians to read in order to arrive at responsible decisions regarding the ethics of human sexual behavior? How should those texts be translated for today’s reader? How should the Bible be used in this enterprise? Contributors to this book, all notable biblical scholars, confront these questions as […]

Becoming Gay

Becoming Gay
By Richard A Isay

This book explores self-acceptance for gay men during a different periods of life: adolescence, married-with-children, HIV-infected or living with AIDS, older age, and even, since Isay tells his own story, as a professional psychotherapist.

Being Homosexual: gay men and their development

Being Homosexual: gay men and their development
By by Richard A Isay

This work aims to define a normal path of psychological development for homosexual men. Critical of traditional psychoanalytic theory towards homosexuality, Dr Isay offers his own, radically different point of view.

Being Human: A Christian understanding of personhood illustrated with reference to power, money, sex and time

Being Human: A Christian understanding of personhood illustrated with reference to power, money, sex and time
By the Doctrine commission

Being Human is a report from the Doctrine Commission. It addresses the fundamental questions of what it is to be a human being today. We live in a world in which issues of power, money, sex and time press upon us from all sides. But the church rarely addresses these matters in ways that are […]

Body Theology

Body Theology
By James Nelson

Nelson offers a thoroughly incarnational — and therefore thoroughly Christian — theology that takes body and sexuality seriously. He addresses body and sexuality as a locus of divine revelation and human growth that seeks to overcome dualism of soul and body, and of spirit and matter. In the process, he rethinks sexual sin and evaluates […]

Born this way

Born this way
By Paul Vitagliano

Based on the hugely popular blog of the same name, Born This Way shares 100 different memories of growing up LGBTQ. Childhood photographs are accompanied by sweet, funny, and at times heartbreaking personal stories. Collected from around the world and dating from the 1940s to today, these memories speak to the hardships of an unaccepting […]

Boy wives and female husbands: studies in African homosexualities

Boy wives and female husbands: studies in African homosexualities
By Stephen O Murray and Prof Will Roscoe

Claims concerning the presence and status of homosexuality in historic African cultures have become central points of contention in debates among contemporary African Americans. Some of those involved in the debate have even asserted that the original languages of Africa contained no words for gay or lesbian, therefore concluding that they did not exist. As […]

Broken Hearts and New Creations: intimations of a great reversal

Broken Hearts and New Creations: intimations of a great reversal
By James Alison

Alison is celebrated for his firm but gentle insistence on facing down current ecclesiastical teaching on homosexuality with the question, ‘yes, but is it true’? , as the church flails around on gay issues. In this book he especially focuses on the French literary critic and philosopher RenĂ© Girard, and shows how his ideas about scapegoating both confirm and transform our understanding of Christianity.