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Review and Response

The End of Sexual Identity: Why Sex Is Too Important to Define Who We Are—A Review Essay

A Christian master teacher can render challenging technical material in understandable, thought-provoking prose, arguing for her thesis in an edifying way that deepens the reader’s understanding, all while sustaining a theologically- and biblically-grounded engagement with her topic. Jenell Williams Paris gives evidence of being such a Christian master teacher in this attractive volume replete with…
Stanton L. Jones
April 15, 2012

Gay, Straight, and the Reason Why: The Science of Sexual Orientation

Simon LeVay’s book is the latest and most effective among the growing corpus of books and articles arguing for an exclusively biological explanation of sexual orientation. The broad and methodologically uneven array of evidence pointing to biological contributions to the origin of sexual orientation, heterosexual and homosexual, continues to amass, sprawling across diverse disciplinary areas…
Stanton L. Jones
January 15, 2012
Review Essays

Psychology and Christianity in 3-D—A Review Essay

These outstanding and quite different contributions to the dialogue between faith and learning in the general area of contemporary psychology share the fundamental conviction that drives the faith/learning dialogue: that the grandeur and scope of Christian truth and of the Gospel of Jesus Christ defies any minimalist constraints to the merely spiritual or to the…
Stanton L. Jones
April 15, 2011