In a provocative reexaminatin of the ethics of family, community, and sex, the author contends that the Christian right's campaign against homosexuality has come to limit the agenda for American Christianity as a whole. "We should be asking not whether gay people should be allowed to fit in, but rather which historically gay practices can help transform the schismatic, failing church today".
Congress Judges Itself, but Does So Reluctantly Packwood Ethics Case First on Sexual Harassment for Senate Committee Clara Germani, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, December 30, 1992
Christian Preacher on Hooligan Charge after Saying He Believes That Homosexuality Is a Sin; Carted off by Three PCs, Retina Scanned, Locked Up in a Cell for Seven Hours and Sent to Trial. after Atheist Gay Liaison Officer Says He Talked about Bible Teachings in 'A Loud Voice'