Since its inception in 1994, Theology & Sexuality has been the primary vehicle for those undertaking theological studies of sexuality and gender issues. It is an international, peer reviewed journal that also aims to be accessible to those with a non-professional interest in the field such as those engaged in counselling. The themes addressed by the journal include theological constructions of sex and gender, marriage, models of the family, deconstructive and reconstructive approaches to traditional Christian (and other traditions) teaching on sexuality, sexuality and violence and oppression, and the ethics of personal relationships.
The journal acknowledges the support of The Centre for the Study of Christianity and Sexuality whose members can opt to receive the journal as part of their annual membership.
The Globethics.net library contains all the articles of Theology and Sexuality from no.6(1997)-no.16(2002); vol. 9(2002-03)- current, provided by Taylor & Francis.
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