In this interview, James Alison speaks with us about his work on the issue of sexuality and how he attempts to create a dialogical space around this topic in his Catholic context.
In this creative nonfiction piece, a woman recycles her dead lover’s computer and discovers the difficulty of letting go.
The Gospel vs. Scripture? Biblical Theology and the Debate about Rites of Blessing: An Interview with Walter Brueggemann
Julie Wortman: The Episcopal Church’s General Convention will be considering a proposal that rites of blessing be developed to support “relationships of mutuality and fidelity other than marriage which mediate the Grace of God.” When I asked if you’d be willing to offer your perspective on whether such rites of blessing should be approved, you […]
A gay-marriage advocate in Boston explained to a radio reporter that marriage is a civil matter, not a church affair. Those who want church weddings can have them, but marriage is a matter of civil law. And since it is unconstitutional to deny equal civil rights to citizens, it is unconstitutional to deny to homosexual […]
Legal Equality: A public justice response to discrimination against gays and lesbians is an exploration of how Christians, as a people called to justice, mercy, and faithfulness, can respond to the difficult issue of discrimination against gays and lesbians. Drawing extensively on the principles and founding documents of Citizens for Public Justice, “Legal Equality” maps […]