Why Vs Why: Gay Marriage
Why same-sex couple should be allowed to marry. Why same-sex couples should not be allowed to marry. This book has two fronts and no back. It presents both sides of a hot debate in an impartial way. Two opposing...
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Why same-sex couple should be allowed to marry. Why same-sex couples should not be allowed to marry.
This book has two fronts and no back. It presents both sides of a hot debate in an impartial way. Two opposing arguments that begin at either end of the book and meet in the middle. Each side is offered equal space and prominence. Uniquely, each side goes 'first'. Read one side of the argument from the front, flip the book over and read the opposing side of the argument from the other 'front'.
Read. Flip. Decide. A unique 2 books in 1 series featuring complete debates on hot topics, written by two opposing expert writers in a great easy-to-read format.
Why vs Why is a unique series of small books that tackle both sides of the hot topics that pop up to confront, confuse and trouble everyone. Each book is flip-sided including both sides of the debate on one hot topic. They're written by two opposing experts in easy-to-follow language and format. The controversial topic debated in this book is: Gay Marriage, For or Against?
Bill Muehlenberg is author of various books such as In Defence of the Family and Strained Relations: The Challenge of Homosexuality. He has also written hundreds of articles and book reviews. He is Secretary of the Family Council of Victoria, and has been a part-time lecturer in philosophy, theology, and ethics at several theological colleges. He is a frequent media commentator, with articles and comment in many of Australia's leading newspapers and journals, and has appeared on most major television and radio current affairs shows and news programs. Previously, he was National Vice President of the Australian Family Association, and National Research Coordinator at Focus on the Family. He has a BA with honours in philosophy (Wheaton College, Chicago), an MA with highest honours in theology (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Boston). Originally from America, he now lives in Melbourne, Australia. Bill is married with three sons.
Rodney Croome rose to prominence as a gay human rights advocate, leading the successful campaign to decriminalise homosecuality in Tasmania. He remains a spokesperson for the Tasmanian Gay and Lesbain Rights Group, and is a Board Memeber of Australian Marriage Equality and the International Gay and Lesbian Law Association. In acknowledgement of this work in this field he received a Centenary Medal in 2001 and was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2003.