Homophobia and the Judaeo-Christian tradition : essays / by J. Michael Clark ... [et al.] ; edited by Michael L. Stemmeler & J. Michael Clark.Material type: TextSeries: Gay men's issues in religious studies series ; v. 1Publication details: Dallas : Monument Press ; Distributed by Publishers Associates, 1990. Description: vi, 218 p. : ill. ; 21 cmISBN: 0930383184 :; 9780930383183Subject(s): Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Congresses | Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Judaism -- Congresses | Bible and homosexuality -- Congresses | Gay men -- Religious life -- CongressesDDC classification: 261.8/35766 LOC classification: BR115.H6 | H62 1990Online resources: Ebook from the Internet Archive
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Essays originally presented at the Gay Men's Issues in Religion Consultation during the 1988 annual convention of the American Academy of Religion, held in Chicago.
Brief bio-bibliographical notes on contributors: p. 209-210.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Leviticus 18:22 and the prohibition of homosexual acts / Thomas M. Thurston -- Early Jewish and Christian attitudes toward male homosexuality as expressed in the Testament of Naphtali / Lewis John Eron -- Patriarchy, dualism and homophobia: marginalization as spiritual challenge / J. Michael Clark -- Gays--a threat to society? Social policy in Nazi Germany and the aftermath / Michael L. Stemmeler -- Theological and ethical implications of homophobic violence / Gary David Comstock -- The evolution of pastoral thought concerning homosexuality in selected Vatican and American documents from 1975-1986 / Craig Wesley Pilant -- The AIDS crisis: legitimation of homophobia or catalyst for change? / Mark R. Kowalewski -- Fear and passion: a psychological reflection on the construction of homophobia in the context of AIDS / Bruce L. Mills -- "Coming out": discovering empowerment, balance, and wholeness / J. Michael Clark.