THEO-084 Theology and Sexuality
Spring for 2013-2014
McFadden, William (mcfaddew)
Discussion of recent developments in understanding the nature of human sexuality and the process of sexual unfolding as providing a new context for theological and ethical reflection on sexual issues and calling for personal appropriation of religious and ethical values.
Theology and Sexuality Spring 2013
114 New North
Office hours: Mon 4:15 - 5:30;
Wed 2:15-3:30 pm
Todd Salzman and Michael Lawler,
The Sexual Person
Readings on Blackboard
Lorna J. Sarrel & Philip M. Sarrel, Sexual Turning Points (selections)
William Stayton, “Gender Identity and Expression”
Mary Pellauer, “The Moral Significance of Female Orgasm”
James B. Nelson, “Embracing Masculinity”
James B. Nelson, “Sources for Body Theology: Homosexuality as a Test Case”
Margaret A. Farley, “An Ethic for Same-Sex Relations”
Lisa Sowle Cahill, “Feminist Theology and Sexual Ethics”
Eugene Borowitz, “When Is It Moral to Have Intercourse? A Personal Summary”
"The Body Human: The Sexes"
"Rape is . . ."
"Have a Healthy Baby"
"The Secret of Life"
"Killing Us Softly III"
"On Being Gay"
"Sexuality and Aging"
-two typed pages in response to selected reading assignments
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