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by Hugh Northcote
Author: Hugh Northcote
Publisher: AMS Press; Enlarged 2nd edition (1974)
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Christianity and Sex Problems, by A. Maude Royden. Hugh Northcote - 1917 - Ethics 28:429. Eugenics and Christianity. A. Maude Royden - 1918 - Ethics 28 (3):429-. Philip Mary Northcote - 1908. Havelock Ellis's Studies. The Powers and Origin of the Soul.
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Hugh Northcote (1 November 1868 – 12 August 1933) was an Anglican clergyman in New Zealand and writer on sex. Hugh Northcote was the son of Henry Moubray Northcote and Elinor Mallet. He was born in Devonshire, but the family emigrated to Canterbury, New Zealand. After graduating with a first in classics from Canterbury University College, he became an Anglican priest. In 1903 he and his family left for England, where he lived until 1927, when he returned to New Zealand.
The landmark book exploring what the Bible actually says-and doesn’t say-about same-sex relationships. Matthew Vines has accomplished a rare feat in this book, combining a detailed mastery of a wide range of material from the ancient world and the Christian tradition, a clear and articulate writing style, a deep commitment to his Christian faith, and an incisive judgment that can cut through complex arguments and mountains of data, and identify the core issues and their implications. By Hugh Northcote, . Philadelphia: F. Davis Co. (London: Medical Supply Association), 1906, pp. 257. Havelock Ellis.