Claudine Dauphin analyzes the
sociological & legal differences of prostitutes (male and female) in the
eastern & western sectors of the Christian Roman empire [from Classics
1930 encyclical of Pope Pius XI on chastity
Julia Bolton Holloway's sensitive meditation on
the painful experience of sexual abuse by people in positions of religious
power lifts the shroud of silence from a social problem that has endured from
ancient Israel to contemporary culture.
Mike Maness' gateway to extensive on-line
resources related to all aspects of divorce.
Robert T. Francoeur surveys developments
challenging traditional social morality in the second axial age (DiaLogos).
Ontario Centre for Religious Tolerance's
award-winning essays present detailed analysis of biblical, historical & a
broad range of contemporary Christian sources related to debate on same sex
1977 article by James B. Nelson in Christianity
& Crisis examines biblical references to homosexuality
& the history of rejecting-punitive treatment of homosexuals
& argues that a consistent Christian love ethic compels churches
to defend gay rights (posted by Religion-Online)..
Institute for Research on Religion's gateway to on-line resources
regarding same sex liaisons.
1968 encyclical of Pope Paul VI on birth
control (posted by the Vatican).
Paul Halsall's on-line guide provides an
extensive catalog of links to Lesbian, gay & bisexual references in world
literature including religious writings throughout history.
James B. Nelson argues that God embraces the
whole person, not just disembodied spirits (posted by Religion-Online).
Charles E. Curran analyzes the reasons for the
reluctance of church authorities to admit fallibility in traditional positions
on human sexuality (posted by Religion-Online).
archives scholarly articles debating issues such as birth control, homophobia,
masculine aggression, reproductive technology, sex & politics, the sexual
revolution, & sexual taboos.
Amnesty International's report from its
on-going campaign to alert the world to the plight of women in most of the