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God Forbid: Religion and Sex in American Public Life by Kathleen M. Sands

god forbid s ands kathleen m

In these essays, contributors put forth views of sexual ethics that are just and compassionate, respectful of cultural pluralism, and attentive to democratic processes. These three articles are well worth reading and are in my opinion the best in the book. Gudorf Public, Pubic, and Private: Religion in Political Discourse 60 33 Kathleen M. They richly display the complexities and conflicts that exist not only between but within America's various religious traditions-for example, the pro-choice strain within Christian history, the support of many religious denominations for gay rights, and the criticism of patriarchal family structures within religious communities past and present. Its thirteen previously unpublished articles introduce scholarly perspectives on issues including the family, gay rights, abortion, welfare policy, prostitution, and assisted reproduction. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.

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god forbid s ands kathleen m

Paradoxically, however, the voices that speak most loudly in the name of religion are often unschooled in religious history, world religions, theology, or ethics. During her fellowship, Sands will lay the groundwork for a critical study of religion, paralleling the critical studies of gender, race, and sexuality. She edited the volume God Forbid: Religion and Sex in American Public Life Oxford University Press, 2000 , a compilation of essays introducing scholarly perspectives on the family, gay rights, abortion, welfare, and prostitution from professionals in the field of the academic study of religion. Since the 1980s, religion has been most visible in American public life when issues of sexuality and reproduction are at stake. She is an associate professor of religious studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

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GOD FORBID!

god forbid s ands kathleen m

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index. They richly display the complexities and conflicts that exist not only between but within America's various religious traditions—for example, the pro-choice strain within Christian history, the support of many religious denominations for gay rights, and the criticism of patriarchal family structures within religious communities past and present. Jakobsen which discusses family values as a idiom many use to express their discomfort with changing social orders and Policing of Poor Black Women's Sexual Reproduction by Traci C. Its thirteen previously unpublished articles introduce scholarly perspectives on issues including the family, gay rights, abortion, welfare policy, prostitution, and assisted reproduction. West which anti blackness and our Christian ethics turn poor black women into enemies of the state. Overview Since the 1980s, religion has been most visible in American public life when issues of sexuality and reproduction are at stake. As a result, religion in America is misrepresented as anxiously and obsessively concerned with sex, and as uniformly supporting the conservative agenda of 'family values.

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God forbid : religion and sex in American public life (Book, 2000) [acqualilia.it]

god forbid s ands kathleen m

As a result, religion in America is misrepresented as anxiously and obsessively conc Since the 1980s, religion has been most visible in American public life when issues of sexuality and reproduction are at stake. In these essays, contributors put forth views of sexual ethics that are just and compassionate, respectful of cultural pluralism, and attentive to democratic processes. Its thirteen previously unpublished articles introduce scholarly perspectives on issues including the family, gay rights, abortion, welfare policy, prostitution, and assisted reproduction. My favorite chapters were as follows: The Public, Pubic and the Private by Kathleen Sands talks about queerness as a public good and how progressives cede the religious ground unnecessarily by discussing queerness in terms of privacy, rather than demand folk make defend their religious justifications. Maguire Reproductive Technologies: Ethical and Religious Issues 203 16 Thomas A.

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God forbid : religion and sex in American public life in SearchWorks catalog

god forbid s ands kathleen m

Available via World Wide Web. Paradoxically, however, the voices that speak most loudly in the name of religion are often unschooled in religious history, world religions, theology, or ethics. . Publisher's Summary Since the 1980s, religion has been most visible in American public life when issues of sexuality and reproduction are at stake. Since the 1980s, religion has been most visible in American public life when issues of sexuality and reproduction are at stake. In these essays, contributors put forth views of sexual ethics that are just and compassionate, respectful of cultural pluralism, and attentive to democratic processes. Author Biography Contributors ix Introduction 3 20 Kathleen M.

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God forbid : religion and sex in American public life in SearchWorks catalog

god forbid s ands kathleen m

Paradoxically, however, the voices that speak most loudly in the name of religion are often unschooled in religious history, world religions, theology, or ethics. This anthology surveys a variety of different topics related to the sexuality and how religion in american public discourse navigates the subject matter. Thorougly researched, lucidly written, and carefully argues, this anthology will debunk the claims of the Religious Right to be the only 'religious' word on sexuality in America. As a feminist theologian, Kathleen Sands has risen rapidly to prominence as a scholar and professional leader in the field of religious studies. Why Sexual Regulation: Family Values and Social Movements by Janet R. In these essays, contributors put forth views of sexual ethics that are just and compassionate, respectful of cultural pluralism, and attentive to democratic processes. Paradoxically, however, the voices that speak most loudly in the name of religion are often unschooled in religious history, world religions, theology, or ethics.

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Why Sexual Regulation: Family Values and Soc This anthology surveys a variety of different topics related to the sexuality and how religion in american public discourse navigates the subject matter. Its thirteen previously unpublished articles introduce scholarly perspectives on issues including the family, gay rights, abortion, welfare policy, prostitution, and assisted reproduction. She received a research fellowship from the Center for the Study of Values in Public Life from the Harvard Divinity School in 1997. Its thirteen previously unpublished articles introduce scholarly perspectives on issues including the family, gay rights, abortion, welfare policy, prostitution, and assisted reproduction. Synopsis Since the 1980s, religion has been most visible in American public life when issues of sexuality and reproduction are at stake. Paradoxically, however, the voices that speak most loudly in the name of religion are often unschooled in religious history, world religions, theology, or ethics. Jakobsen Religious Liberty, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Case of Reconstructionist judaism 124 11 Rebecca T.

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God Forbid; ISBN: 9780195121629

god forbid s ands kathleen m

In these essays, contributors put forth views of sexual ethics that are just and compassionate, respectful of cultural pluralism, and attentive to democratic processes. Sands Part I Foundations: Progressive Religion and Sexual Ethics Decentering Sex: Rethinking Jewish Sexual Ethics 23 19 Judith Plaskow The Social Construction of Sexuality: Implications for the Churches 42 18 Christine E. Paradoxically, however, the voices that speak most loudly in the name of religion are often unschooled in religious history, world religions, theology, or ethics. West Too Sexy for Words: The Changing Vocabulary of Religious Ethics 155 12 Mary E. They richly display the complexities and conflicts that exist not only between but within America's various religious traditions--for example, the pro-choice strain within Christian history, the support of many religious denominations for gay rights, and the criticism of patriarchal family structures within religious communities past and present. Paradoxically, however, the voices that speak most loudly in the name of religion are often unschooled in religious history, world religions, theology, or ethics.

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9780195121629

god forbid s ands kathleen m

Its thirteen previously unpublished articles introduce scholarly perspectives on issues including the family, gay rights, abortion, welfare policy, prostitution, and assisted reproduction. Rhodes Proofread By: Heidi Usage Restrictions: This is a copyrighted book. They richly display the complexities and conflicts that exist not only between but within America's various religious traditions--for example, the pro-choice strain within Christian history, the support of many religious denominations for gay rights, and the criticism of patriarchal family structures within religious communities past and present. In these essays, contributors put forth views of sexual ethics that are just and compassionate, respectful of cultural pluralism, and attentive to democratic processes. Hunt The Bible, Heterosexism, and the American Public Discussion of Sexual Orientation 167 18 L.

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