Union Seminary Quarterly Review, volume 57, issue 1-2 (2003)

Editorial Statement, v

“The Soul Both Saved and Sinful, the Church Both Faithful and Flawed: Reflections on Reformation Church History” by Euan K. Cameron, 1
“Pretending to Be Who You Think You Are: Identity and Masks” by Wendy Doniger, 17
“The Black Church and Homosexuality: The Black and White of It” by Kelly Brown Douglas, 32
“A Queer Church, Open to All” by Robin Hawley Gorsline, 46
“Sexual Diversity and Ordained Ministry” by Patricia Beattie Jung, 67
“Turning Letters into Laws” by Barbara K. Lundblad, 88
“Experiencing the Body: Sexuality and Conflict in American Lutheranism” by Christian Scharen, 94
“Detours at the Intersection of Church and Sex” by Hal Taussig, 110
“The Relevance of the Christian Apocrypha” by J. Keith Elliot, 118
“Asceticism as Ideology: Gregory of Nyssa’s De Virginitate” by Jason M. Scarborough, 131

Book Reviews
“Rubem Alves. The Poet, the Warrior, the Prophet” by Claudio Carvalhaes, 151
“Anthony Pinn. Terror and Triumph: The Nature of Black Religion” by Mark L. Chapman, 153
“Robert E. Goss. Queering Christ: Beyond Jesus Acted Up.” by Patrick S. Cheng, 158
“David M. Carr, The Erotic Word: Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Bible.” by Barbara Green, 160
“Robert Gagnon. The Bible and Homosexual Practice” by Carl S. Keener, 166
“John Anthony McGuckin. Standing in God’s Holy Fire: The Byzantine Tradition.” by Jeffrey B. Pettis, 173

About the Contributors, 177


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