Creation and Covenant: The Significance of Sexual Difference in the Moral Theology of Marriage

In their debates over homosexuality, denominations tend to assume that the “orthodox” people will be antigay and that advocates for inclusion are eager to toss out anything older than, say, 1968. This is why the emergence of a generation of orthodox pro-gay theologians is so important. If James Alison, Sarah Coakley, Eugene Rogers, Mark Jordan, David Matzko McCarthy and others are right, then those making orthodox doctrinal claims ought to lead in welcoming gays and lesbians rather than excluding them.

 

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