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

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While conservative Christian groups refuse to recognize same-sex marriage, there is more to their debate than biblical literalism or nostalgia for simple gender roles. Investigating why conservative Christians are so energized by an issue that, according to their own statistics, affects only a small number of Americans, Ludger Viefhues-Bailey confronts a profound theologic ...more
ebook, 193 pages
Published June 26th 2014 by Columbia University Press (first published August 13th 2010)
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