Who Owns Marriage?: A Conversation About Religion, Government, Marriage and a Civil Society

Who Owns Marriage A Conversation About Religion Government Marriage and a Civil Society A conversation among Christians and others that goes beyond the controversy of Ireland s Same Sex Marriage Referendum and looks at the big questions of marriage sexuality identity and how people in

  • Title: Who Owns Marriage?: A Conversation About Religion, Government, Marriage and a Civil Society
  • Author: Nick Park Patrick Mitchel Michael Nugent Sean Mullan Kirsty Park Richard Carson David Quinn Brian Finnegan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A conversation among Christians and others that goes beyond the controversy of Ireland s Same Sex Marriage Referendum and looks at the big questions of marriage, sexuality, identity, and how people in a secular society can be true to their beliefs while still respecting each other.

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    1. My review of this book is doubly biased. My Dad is the main contributor and editor of the book and I also contributed towards the book. At the same time though, we stood on opposite sides of the fence so perhaps that cancels my bias out a little. I think it was a brave and significant decision to allow people like myself to contribute to this book. While all arguments aren’t coming from an evangelical position, they are addressing an evangelical position which makes this very unique compared t [...]

    2. It's interesting that this book is already a little dated, now that the referendum has occurred and returned a 'yes' vote. There are certain parts of the book, especially that fourth chapter and resultant discussion, that deal very significantly with the same-sex marriage referendum in Ireland this month.Still, the books itself deals with a lot of issues that are relevant whether or not there is a marriage referendum. Nick Park, the main author (or first author on each chapter) is clearly an 'ou [...]

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