10 edition of Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian tradition found in the catalog.
|Series||ATLA bibliography series ;, no. 5|
|LC Classifications||Z7164.S42 H67, BR115.H6 H67|
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|Pagination||ix, 131 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||81000899|
When one of Noah’s sons beheld his father naked, he was cursed (Gen. ). To a great extent this nudity taboo probably even inhibited the sexual intimacy of husbands and wives (this is still true of a surprising number of people reared in the Judeo-Christian tradition).Author: Walter Wink. Book Description: The term 'Judeo-Christian' in reference to a tradition, heritage, ethic, civilization, faith etc. has been used in a wide variety of contexts with widely diverging meanings. Contrary to popular belief, the term was not coined in the United States in the middle of the 20th century but in in Germany by Ferdinand Christian Baur.
Homosexuality and the Bible by The Rev. Dr. Walter Wink Sexual issues are tearing our churches apart today as never before. The issue of homosexuality threatens to fracture whole denominations, as the issue of slavery did a hundred and fifty years ago. We naturally turn to the Bible for guidance, and find ourselves mired in interpretative File Size: KB. Judeo-Christian is a term which is used to group Christianity and Judaism together, either in reference to Christianity's derivation from Judaism, both religions' common use of the Bible, or due to perceived parallels or commonalities and shared values between the two religions.. The term "Judæo Christian" first appears in a letter from Alexander McCaul which is dated October .
Tradition is dynamic and — as the Protestant Reformers maintained — open to reformation. In the case of homosexuality, what may need reforming is our attitude toward persons with a same-sex orientation. Unfortunately, throughout much of our history, the church has not only opposed homosexuality but has been violent in its condemnation. Leviticus 18 (the eighteenth chapter of the Book of Leviticus) deals with a number of sexual activities considered abominable, including incest, bestiality and "lying with a man as with a woman." (verse 22). It is part of the Holiness Code (Leviticus 17–26) and its sexual prohibitions are largely paralleled by Leviti except that chapter has more emphasis on : Book of Leviticus.
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ix, p. ; 23 cm. Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian tradition: an annotated bibliographyPages: The first half of the book deals with the medical and psychological aspects of homosexuality as well as the politicking to change the DSM.
The latter part is a quick insight to the secular and faith-based treatments along with an illuminating view of orthodox Judaism and homosexuality/5(). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian tradition by Tom Horner,American Theological Library Assn., Scarecrow Press edition, in EnglishPages: Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Horner, Tom, Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian tradition.
[Chicago]: American. cluded that the Judeo-Christian tradition on homosexuality has been mistaken for about years will hardly be impressed by these few paragraphs.
But the reader who is still respectful of tra-dition, or at least openminded, may wish, to think further about the matter. After all, freedom must include freedom to think.
“Judeo-Christian”—the “defector-believer” oxymoron “Bear not the yoke with unbelievers. For what participation hath justice with injustice. “The thesis of this book is that Judaism and Christianity do not form a common tradition, ‘the Judeo-Christian tradition.’ Arthur Allen Cohen, The Myth of the Judeo-Christian.
None of the eight largest Christian churches in the United States has given her blessing to homosexuality. Only the United Church of Christ, which defers the issue to regional associations and local congregations, and the Episcopal Church, whose position is ambiguous, appear to be faltering.
Last spring, Crisis published two articles that call into question the entire notion of “homosexuality” and the Church’s treatment thereof: “Highlighting Same-Sex Attraction Is a Mistake” by Peter Jermann (March 28) and “Male Homosexuality and Priestly Formation” by Adrian Reimers (April 2).
“In the very use of the words ‘homosexual’ and ‘heterosexual,’” Jermann writes, “we accept. My Top 5 Books on Homosexuality Wesley Hill Octo With compassion, sensitivity, and scholarly depth, Hays makes the strongest exegetical case I'm aware of that the weight of the.
Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian Tradition: An Annotated Bibliography (Atla Bibliography Series) by Tom Horner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at According to the Judeo-Christian tradition that predominates in our own American culture, homosexuality has been viewed negatively.
Many religious scholars believe that the condemnation of homosexuality increased during a Jewish reform movement beginning in the 7th century BCE, through which Jewish religious leaders wanted to develop. Horner, Tom, Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian Tradition: An Annotated Bibliography, (New York: ATLA - Bibliographical Series No.
5, ) Humanities Index, (New York: H.W. Wilson, ) [Complete and easy to use] Journal of. The Talmudic tradition as written between c. and also interprets the sin of Sodom as lack of charity, with the attempted rape of the angels being a manifestation of the city's violation of the social order of hospitality; as does Jesus in the New Testament, for instance in Matthew –15 when he tells his disciples that the.
The cornerstone of the Judeo-Christian tradition is not a traffic signal, nor is it a Marine drill sergeant. God did not choose to direct this tradition with the kind of stimulus that requires blind obedience. Our guide, rather, is a lengthy book, which must be studied and discussed as books are studied and discussed.
Christian leaders have written about homosexual male–male sexual activities since the first decades of Christianity; female–female sexual behaviour was almost entirely ignored. Throughout the majority of Christian history most theologians and Christian denominations have viewed homosexual behavior as immoral or sinful.
However, in the 20th century some prominent. Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian Tradition: An Annotated Bibliography. Creator. Horner, Tom. Social Psychological Aspects of the Judeo-Christian Stance Toward Homosexuality Cameron, Paul; and Ross, Kenneth P.
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Baker Book House, Chap "Homosexuality," pp BJG4 Grant, George and Mark A. Horne. Legislating Immorality: Homosexuality and the Judeo-Christian Tradition.
The traditional Judeo-Christian teaching around homosexuality is that it is an intrinsic disorder. In other words, God does not will homosexuality.
If a person finds themselves with same-sex attraction, something has gone wrong with their psycho-sensual development. Ancient Origins articles related to homosexuality in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends.
(Page 1 of tag homosexuality). What is this book about? It is about Bible-believingChristian ity and Orthodox Judaism. It is about the Old Testament, the New Testament, and the Talmud. It is about the law ofGod. It is about theJudeo-Christiantradition, or lack thereof The book also is about Israel.
It is first and foremost about what Paul calls the Israel ofGod: the Christian Church. The taboo on (male) homosexuality goes back to the Judeo-Christian tradition. The legal reform of sex law in the Napoleonic Code bypassed for the most part the Anglo-Saxon countries. Other reforms of the Western capitalist reality under liberalism, Marxism, and Communism have been scattershot and inconsistent.
It’s time for a gut check for those of us who hold to traditional, Judeo-Christian values. If we are on the right side of one of the greatest social, moral and spiritual issues of our time, then we need to dig deep, hold our ground, strengthen our commitment and redouble our efforts, regardless of cost or consequence.