Marvin M. Ellison is Willard S. Bass Professor of Christian Ethics at Bangor Theological Seminary in Maine. Among other books, he is the author of Same-Sex Marriage? A Christian Ethical Analysis (2004), and coeditor (with Kelly Brown Douglas) of Sexuality and the Sacred (2010).
Introduction: Where Do We Draw Our Lines, and Why? An Invitation to Ethical Inquiry
Why Do We Have to Keep Talking about Sex All the Time?
What Makes "Good Sex" Good?
Is It Still Adultery if the Spouse Has Alzheimer's?
Is Same-Sex Marriage a "Must" or a "Bust"?
Why Don't Batterers Just Leave and Rapists Just Cease and Desist?
Is "Pro-Choice" What We Mean to Say?
What Do We Have to Learn from, as Well as Teach, Young People about Sex?
Epilogue: How Far Can We Draw Outside the Lines and Still Be in the Picture?
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