Sexegesis: An Evangelical Response to Five Uneasy Pieces on Homosexuality is written by a collaboration of Australian biblical teachers and experienced pastors addressing the vexed issue of homosexuality.‘Sexegesis’, or sexual interpretation, shows that the traditional reading of Scripture, as against homosexual practice but for homosexual people, still makes best sense of the Bible text. This is contrary to the more liberal revisionist reading of Scripture in Five Uneasy Pieces.
The Bible’s teaching on sexuality is unambiguous as it is life-affirming – both for homosexuals and heterosexuals. This book skillfully balances biblical clarity with pastoral sensitivity, compelling all Christians to engage in genuine dialogue with it and with each other.
Click here to read a review of Sexegesis, by The Rev Dr Mark Thompson, Head of Department, Theology, Philosophy and Ethics, Moore College.