Strangers and Friends

Strangers and Friends by Michael Vasey Standpoint: 2 Moderately inclusive Genre(s): Academic writing and Theology Topic(s): Biblical studies, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Homosexuality in the Bible, Same-sex relationships, and Scripture/tradition/reason Especially suitable for: Church of England and Those who are undecided about the homosexuality issue An exploration of the Church’s teaching on …

Outspoken

Outspoken by Liz Lightfoot Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming Genre(s): Contemporary Christian practice and experience and Memoir/autobiography Topic(s): Accepting one’s sexuality, Coming out, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Journeys towards acceptance, and Pastoral issues Especially suitable for: Anglicans and Those who are undecided about the homosexuality issue Outspoken presents the narratives of …

Other Voices, Other Worlds

Other Voices, Other Worlds by Terry Brown Standpoint: 0 Not yet classified Genre(s): Academic writing, Contemporary Christian practice and experience, History, Studies in Religion, and Theology Topic(s): African Christianity, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Politics, Same-sex relationships, and Studies in Religion Especially suitable for: Academics and Anglicans Leading Anglican writers from around the …

In the Eye of the Storm

In the Eye of the Storm by Gene Robinson Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming Genre(s): Contemporary Christian practice and experience, Memoir/autobiography, and Spirituality Topic(s): Accepting one’s sexuality, Coming out, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Ethics, Gender identity, Healing/growing into wholeness, Inclusive Christianity, Journeys towards acceptance, Pastoral issues, and Same-sex relationships Especially suitable …

The Homosexuality Debate

The Homosexuality Debate by Catherine Sider Hamilton Standpoint: 0 Not yet classified Genre(s): Academic writing, Spirituality, and Theology Topic(s): Biblical studies, Church order and discipline, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Homosexuality in the Bible, Marriage and relationships, Pastoral issues, Same-sex relationships, Scripture/tradition/reason, and Spirituality Especially suitable for: Academics, Anglicans, Church of England, and …

Going to Heaven

Going to Heaven by Elizabeth Adams Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming Genre(s): History, Memoir/autobiography, and Spirituality Topic(s): Accepting one’s sexuality, Church order and discipline, Coming out, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Healing/growing into wholeness, Inclusive Christianity, Pastoral issues, Same-sex relationships, and Spirituality Especially suitable for: Anglicans, Clergy, Those struggling to accept their …

Face to Face

Face to Face by Jeffrey Heskins Standpoint: 0 Not yet classified Genre(s): Contemporary Christian practice and experience, Memoir/autobiography, and Spirituality Topic(s): Ethics, Marriage and relationships, Same-sex relationships, and Spirituality Especially suitable for: Anglicans, Church of England, and Clergy This book addresses the issues discussed at the Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops and primates in 1998 …

Anglican Communion in Crisis

Anglican Communion in Crisis by Miranda K Hassett Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming Genre(s): Academic writing, History, and Theology Topic(s): African Christianity, Church order and discipline, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Homosexuality in the Bible, and Politics Especially suitable for: Academics, Activists, and Anglicans The sign outside the conservative, white church in …

An Acceptable Sacrifice?

An Acceptable Sacrifice? by Duncan Dormor, Jeremy N Morris Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming Genre(s): Academic writing and Theology Topic(s): Church order and discipline, Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people, Intersex people, Pastoral issues, and Same-sex relationships Especially suitable for: Anglicans, Church of England, and Those who are undecided about the homosexuality issue …

A Church at War

A Church at War by Stephen Bates Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming Genre(s): History and Studies in Religion Topic(s): Discrimination against and hostility towards LGBT+ people and LGBT+ activism Especially suitable for: Activists, Anglicans, and Church of England A brilliant exposé of how a small cabal of conservative Evangelicals, a minority even within the …