Thursday, January 30, 2014

The Pilling Report & Homosexuality - Resources

Further to this post

The Church of England:

Resolution 1.10 on Human Sexuality of the 1998 Lambeth Conference -

Issues in Human Sexuality: A statement by the House of Bishops – GS Misc 382 (Church House Publishing, 1991) – Google for PDF

Some issues in human sexuality: a guide to the debate – a discussion document from the House of Bishops’ Group on Issues in Human Sexuality (London, Church House Publishing, 2003) – Google for PDF

“The Pilling Report” – Report of the House of Bishops Working Group on Human Sexuality (November 2013),-family-and-sexuality-issues/human-sexuality/pilling-report.aspx

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Paul Brown, Homosexuality: Christian Truth and Love (Day One, 2007)

Mark Christopher, Same-sex marriage: is it really the same? (Leominster, Day One, 2009)

Robert A. J. Gagnon, The Bible and Homosexual Practice: Texts and Hermeneutics (Abingdon Press)

Andrew Goddard & Don Horrocks (ed.s), Biblical and pastoral responses to homosexuality (London, Evangelical Alliance, 2012)

Richard B. Hays, The Moral Vision of the New Testament: Community, Cross, New Creation – A contemporary introduction to New Testament Ethics (Harper One) chapter 16 on homosexuality

Wesley Hill, Washed and Waiting: Reflections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality (Grand Rapids, Zondervan, 2010)

David Peterson (ed.), Holiness & Sexuality: Homosexuality in a biblical context (Milton Keynes, Paternoster, 2004)

John Richardson, What God Has Made Clean… if we can eat prawns, why is gay sex wrong? – Biblical Application Series (The Good Book Company)

Alex Tylee, Walking with Gay Friends: A journey of informed compassion (Nottingham, IVP, 2007)

Thomas Schmidt, Straight and Narrow? Compassion and clarity in the homosexuality debate (Leicester, IVP, 1995)

Simon Vibert, Conduct which honours God: The Question of Homosexuality (Orthos Fellowship of Word and Spirit, 2003) -

Anything else from a traditional / conservative perspective you'd particularly reccomend?

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