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Between a Man and a Woman?: Why Conservatives Oppose Same-Sex Marriage

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Through a probing investigation of conservative Christianity and its response to an issue that, according to the statistics of conservative Christian groups, affects only a small number of Americans, Ludger Viefhues-Bailey alights on a profound theological conundrum: in today's conservative Christian movement, both sexes are called upon to be at once assertive and submissi...more
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Published August 13th 2010 by Columbia University Press
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