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Identity and the Case for Gay Rights: race, gender, religion as analogies

Identity and the Case for Gay Rights: race, gender, religion as analogies
By David A J Richards

How should one chart a course toward legal recognition of gay rights as basic human rights? In this study, legal scholar David Richards explores the connections between gay rights and three successful civil rights movements – black civil rights, feminism and religious toleration – to determine how these might serve as analogies for the gay […]

Imitating Jesus: an inclusive approach to new testament ethics

Imitating Jesus: an inclusive approach to new testament ethics
By Richard A Burridge

The application of the Bible to moral and ethical issues has been a source of contention through the history of the Christian church. Scripture has been used in support of both sides of varying issues, to support political agendas, to tear apart denominations. With Imitating Jesus Richard Burridge takes a closer look at New Testament […]

In the Eye of the Storm

In the Eye of the Storm
By Gene Robinson

Gene Robinson is bishop of the tiny, rural Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, but he’s at the centre of a storm of controversy raging in the Episcopal Church and throughout the worldwide Anglican Communion involving homosexuality, the priesthood, and the future of the Communion. This book offers an honest, thoughtful portrait of Robinson, the faith […]

Integral Consciousness and the Future of Evolution

Integral Consciousness and the Future of Evolution
By Steve McIntosh

This is a very thoughtful, informed and readable book. It will be of great interest to anyone interested in the future of civilization, the planet and the universe itself.

Introducing Body Theology

Introducing Body Theology
By Lisa Isherwood and Elizabeth Stuart

This book sets out to examine the ambiguous relationship that Christianity has with the body. Incarnation is central to Christian belief but that doctrine has not encouraged a positive theology of the body. The authors explore why this has been so.

Is the homosexual my neighbour? another Christian view

Is the homosexual my neighbour? another Christian view
By Letha Scanzoni and Virginia Ramey

This book “blends painstaking biblical and theological research with the best recent psychological and sociological findings…offering guidelines [inviting] Christians to develop a response to homosexuality that expresses Christ’s principles–not the prejudices of the world.”