Sexual orientation & human rights in American religious discourse /

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Other Authors: Olyan, Saul M, Nussbaum, Martha Craven, 1947-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1998
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245 0 0 |a Sexual orientation & human rights in American religious discourse /  |c edited by Saul M. Olyan & Martha C. Nussbaum 
246 3 |a Sexual orientation and human rights in American religious discourse 
260 |a New York :  |b Oxford University Press,  |c 1998 
300 |a xix, 260 p. ;  |c 24 cm 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references 
505 0 |a Introduction : contemporary Jewish perspectives on homosexuality -- Religious communities, secular society, and sexuality : one Jewish opinion -- Sexual orientation and human rights : a progressive Jewish perspective -- Constructing a Jewish sexual ethic : a rejoinder to David Novak and Judith Plaskow -- Introduction to Roman Catholic perspectives on sexual orientation, human rights, and public policy -- Sexual orientation and human rights : a Roman Catholic view -- Sexual orientation and human rights in American religious discourse : a Roman Catholic perspective -- Response to James Hanigan and Charles Curran -- Introduction to essays representing mainline Protestant churches -- The prophetic stand of the ecumenical churches on homosexuality -- Sanctification, homosexuality, and God's triune life -- Response to Max Stackhouse and Eugene Rogers -- Introduction : three perspectives on gays in African-American ecclesiology and religious thought -- Sexual orientation and human rights discourse in the African-American churches -- Deadly silence : reflections on homosexuality and human rights -- Sexual orientation and the language of higher law -- Sexual and religious pluralism -- What would it mean to have a "First Amendment" for sexual orientation? 
650 0 |a Homosexuality  |x Religious aspects  |x Christianity 
650 0 |a Gay rights  |x Religious aspects  |x Christianity 
650 0 |a Homosexuality  |x Religious aspects  |x Judaism 
650 0 |a Gay rights  |x Religious aspects  |x Judaism 
650 0 |a Homosexuality  |x Government policy  |x United States 
650 0 |a Gay rights  |z United States 
650 4 |a Gay rights  |z United States 
650 4 |a Gay rights  |x Religious aspects  |x Judaism 
650 4 |a Homosexuality  |x Religious aspects  |x Judaism 
650 4 |a Gay rights  |x Religious aspects  |x Christianity 
650 4 |a Homosexuality  |x Religious aspects  |x Christianity 
650 4 |a Homosexuality  |x Government policy  |x United States 
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700 1 |a Nussbaum, Martha Craven,  |d 1947- 
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852 |a Law Library  |b Lower Level  |h BR115.H6 S49 1998  |p 33940001804903