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Sexuality and the Sacred: Sources for Theological Reflectionby Marvin M. Ellison
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"Challenges seminarians, clergy, and other religious leaders with provocative essays by leading theologians. Destined to be core reading at seminaries as we prepare the next generation of sexually healthy and responsible clergy."Rev. Debra W. Haffner, Executive Director of the Religious Institute and coauthor of Religion and Sexuality 2020: Goals for the Next Decade
"Gives much-needed breadth and depth to the discussion of human sexuality and religion."Traci C. West, Professor of Ethics and African American Studies, Drew University, and author of Disruptive Christian Ethics
"The topics are timely and important, and the scholarship assembled speaks from and to diverse social locations."Ellen T. Armour, Director of the Carpenter Program in Religion, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Vanderbilt Divinity School
"An important book to know,"Emilie Townes, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of African American Religion and Theology, Yale Divinity School
This updated and expanded anthology featuring approximately thirty contemporary essays includes a wonderfully diverse group of theologians and ethicists addressing issues such as the intersection of race/racism and sexuality, transgender identity, same-sex marriage, and reproductive health. The result is an authoritative selection of essential readings about sexuality, spirituality, and social justice.
Marvin M. Ellison teaches Christian ethics at Bangor Theological Seminary in Maine and is the author of Erotic Justice: A Liberating Ethic of Sexuality and Same-Sex Marriage: A Christian Ethical Analysis.
Kelly Brown Douglas is the Elizabeth Conolly Todd Distinguished Professor of Religion at Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland. She is the author of Sexuality and the Black Church: A Womanist Perspective.
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