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by Nicholas Coulton
Author: Nicholas Coulton
Publisher: Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd (July 1, 2005)
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This collection of essays explores a variety of fundamental Christian themes and shows that a change in the Church's approach to homosexuality would be both consistent with the Church's understanding of Scripture and with the church's traditional ways of working with doctrine.
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What does the Bible really say about homosexuality? Should the Church allow the blessing of homosexual marriages/unions? Should a homosexual in a committed relationship be ordained a priest or even consecrated bishop? What about tradition? What should I tell my friends or relatives.
What does the Bible really say about homosexuality? Should the Church allow the blessing of homosexual marriages/unions? Should a homosexual in a committed relationship be ordained a priest or even consecrated bishop? What about tradition? What should I tell my friends or relatives who are gay? Must they remain single for their whole life? We all have pondered at least one of these questions at some time or another.
Several passages in the Hebrew Bible and New Testament have been interpreted as involving same-sex sexual acts and desires. Chapters 18 and 20 of Leviticus form part of the Holiness code and list prohibited forms of intercourse, including the following verses: "You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination.
This book is good for any bible studies on the subject. Seems to be historicaly correct on content. I did so, hoping to finally read a compelling Biblical defense of homosexuality. This book does not contain that. Explanations benefit all who are interested in being truthful and just. 5 people found this helpful. I found the arguments unconvincing, of course, but more interestingly, I found the overall tone of the book very strange, in a couple ways I would like to highlight. 1. God - For me as a Christian, the quest is straightforward: try my best to determine God's view of homosexuality, and conform myself to that.
The word homosexuality didn’t even show up in English translations of the Bible until 1946, so why do we say the . Justin points out what many of us have long-since discovered: the Bible is a complicated library of books with antiquated, complicated Greek terminology and social contexts.
The word homosexuality didn’t even show up in English translations of the Bible until 1946, so why do we say the Bible condemns it? Billy Graham’s son is terrified that President Obama and a whol. Modern day translators are bound to mess it up from time to time or even insert their own biases. To quote my seminary professor Klyne Snodgrass the translator is always a traitor.
Bible the Church and Human Sexuality. Essays by leading Anglican theologians, philosophers, historians and biblical scholars invite clergy and laypeople from every tradition in the church to re-examine the arguments used to defend current teaching on sexual ethics, including same-sex relationships.
In respect to homosexuality and the Bible, sound Bible exegesis and Bible exposition demonstrates that the Bible condemns homosexuality
In respect to homosexuality and the Bible, sound Bible exegesis and Bible exposition demonstrates that the Bible condemns homosexuality. In addition, Christian apologist JP Holding refutes various arguments that assert that the Bible does not condemn homosexuality.
Unique among most debates on homosexuality, this book presents a constructive dialogue between people .
Unique among most debates on homosexuality, this book presents a constructive dialogue between people who disagree on significant ethical and theological matters, and yet maintain a respectful and humanizing posture toward one another. Holding to a high view of Scripture, a commitment to the gospel and the church, and a love for people-especially those most affected by this topic-the contributors wrestle deeply with the Bible and theology, especially the prohibition texts, the role of procreation, gender complementarity, and pastoral accommodation.