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Staying the Course

Paperback|Jan 2004
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Contributors to this volume affirm the church's traditional position that homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teaching while recognizing gays and lesbians as people of sacred worth.


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Contributors to this volume affirm the church's traditional position that homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teaching while recognizing gays and lesbians as people of sacred worth.
-Publisher

The contributors to this volume are drawn from those who affirm the church's traditional position regarding homosexuality. They have written in order to articulate--and deepen--the convictions of those who believe that homosexual practice is incompatible with Christian teaching. Insisting that gays and lesbians are persons of sacred worth and recognizing that homosexual practice is only of many sinful human choices, they do not shy away from the contention that Scripture and Christian tradition reject homosexuality as a viable Christian lifestyle.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 209275
  • Product Code 0687045347
  • EAN 9780687045341
  • Pages 176
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Church Life/issues
  • Publisher Abingdon Press
  • Publication Date Jan 2004
  • Dimensions 219 x 141 x 15mm
  • Weight 0.295kg

H Newton Maloney

Dr. H. Newton Malony ( Ph.D., George Peabody College) is a United Methodist Minister and a Clinical Psychologist who has taught in the Graduate School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary since 1969. He presently holds the position of Senior Professor. He has written or edited over 35 books and had a special interest in the relation of John Wesley to psychology. He sees Wesley as a very human leader whose life reflects what it means to always be aware of his limitations while seeking to follow Gods will. Dr. Malony spent a year studying Wesley at Oxfordthe city where Wesley studied and started the Wesleyan movement. He discovered many lesser know facets of Wesleys life that this book reveals.

Maxie Dunnam

Maxie Dunnam is the chancellor of Asbury Theological Seminary and formerly served as the fifth president of the seminary (1994-2004). He lives in Memphis, Tennessee.

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