|Statement||With foreword by John C. Heenan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 214 p.|
|Number of Pages||214|
Homosexuality and homosexuality marriage is a moral issue. by Matt Slick. Some people who approve of homosexuality as a legitimate lifestyle have said that homosexuality and homosexual marriage are not moral issues. Often, this is stated in an attempt to distance themselves from ethics and focus on the social and political agenda to promote homosexuality. The morality of homosexuality is not a philosophical issue per se, but one can use Objectivist principles to evaluate the morality of homosexuality in any given situation. The essence of the Objectivist position is this: Homosexuality can be a moral . So a very good case can be made out on the basis of generally accepted moral principles that homosexual behavior should be avoided. It is likely to be injurious to both the individuals, their partners, and the wider community. Thus, wholly apart from the Bible’s prohibitions, there are sound medical and social reasons to regard homosexual. The Torah (first five books of the Hebrew Bible) is the primary source for Jewish views on states that: "[A man] shall not lie with another man as [he would] with a woman, it is a תועבה toeba ("abomination")" (Leviticus ). (Like many similar commandments, the stated punishment for willful violation is the death penalty, although in practice rabbinic Judaism no longer.
Best books on morality, old and new. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. No, the Christian ethic clashed harshly with Roman sexual morality. Matthew Rueger writes about this in his fascinating work Sexual Morality in a Christless World and, based on his work, I want to point out 3 ugly features of Roman sexuality, how the Bible addressed them, and how this challenges us today. Roman Sexuality Was About Dominance. This book examines the homosexual movement as an integral part of the moral decline and disintegration of family values in this country which accompanied the political movement to the left since the s. I also present possible ways we might move forward to regain the critically. Keywords: homosexuality, sexual morality, reasons, desires, natural law Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.
Homosexuality: A Philosophical Inquiry is a book by the philosopher Michael Ruse, in which the author discusses different theories of homosexuality, evaluates the moral status of homosexual behavior, and argues in favor of gay rights.. The book received both positive and negative reviews. Some reviewers praised it for Ruse's comprehensive treatment of his subject, careful discussion of. This view of morality thus disapproves of some or all of the following–premarital, extramarital, and homosexual relations–whether consensual or not. There are people who disagree with this traditional view. Generally they believe that sex is a natural behavior which should be only minimally restricted by legislation or other imposed moralities. The Future of Gay Marriage in America. Opponents of gay marriage appear willing to do anything at all to reverse it. The reason is that cultural, social, and political forces in America are moving almost inexorably towards the acceptance of legal gay marriage. And why are some people gay? Is sexual orientation inborn or a choice or what?" In answering, Biddle explains that sexual orientation per se is neither moral nor immoral and that the relevant issue is whether, given a person's orientation, he approaches sex in a rational, self-interested, rights-respecting manner.