Sexuality and the Christian Worldview
Published date: Friday, April 20, 2007
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On 20 April 2007, CASE ran a workshop for health workers, theologians, ethicists and church workers on the topic of ‘Sexuality and the Christian Worldview’.
The conference programme included:
- Greg Clarke speaking on: ‘Sex in the Bible’
- Grenville Kent speaking on: ‘Song of Solomon’
- ‘Sexual orientation-state of research’ with panelists: Amelia Haines, Patricia Weerakoon and Joe Beam
- Uwemedimo Uko Esiet speaking on: ‘Responding to AIDS in Africa—A
Published date: Wednesday, April 18, 2007
There’s more than one view on climate change among evangelicals.
"You can’t change the weather," we all used to say with a shrug, to make the point that some actions are well beyond the powers of puny humans. But a disagreement has opened up among U.S. evangelicals about the extent to which we can, or cannot, change the weather.
The purpose of this briefing is very limited. We simply want to outline the groups involved in this American Christian