Thinking Again About Marriage

This book is about the theology of marriage in general, but it assumes equal marriage throughout and deal with the issues this involves. It is therefore included in this list.

What is involved in the practice of thinking theologically about marriage? Key writers and thinkers offer an informed, considered and constructive guide to a number of central questions. Reflecting a broad theological and eccesiological spectrum within the Christian tradition, Thinking Again About Marriage offers a vital resource for critical thinking and reflective practice.

Event: An Inclusive Introduction to Living in Love and Faith

A workshop to explore the content of the LLF resources from an inclusive perspective About this Event The Campaign for Equal Marriage in the Church of England invites you to join us for a morning workshop to explore the content and principles of the LLF resources from an inclusive perspective. The workshop, which is free …

An Invitation to the Feast: A positive biblical approach to equal marriage

This excellent article by Simon Taylor, Canon Chancellor of Derby Cathedral, is taken from Modern Believing, the journal of Modern Church.  Many of us are looking for strong arguments based firmly on Scripture and this is one of the best in an increasing field of research, study and argument.  Highly recommended. You can download the …

An Invitation to the Feast: A positive biblical approach to equal marriage

by Simon Taylor This excellent article by Simon Taylor, Canon Chancellor of Derby Cathedral, is taken from Modern Believing, the journal of Modern Church.  Many of us are looking for strong arguments based firmly on Scripture and this is one of the best in an increasing field of research, study and argument.  Highly recommended. The …

Does the Bible really… give us a clear definition of marriage?

by Martyn Percy The following is one of a series of articles commissioned by the Ozanne Foundation on theological and biblical reflection on issues on human sexuality. We reproduce them here with permission from the Ozanne Foundation. The original series, and other interesting pieces, can be found here. The Very Revd Professor Martyn Percy (BA, …