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Blevins, J. B., Emory University, & Candler School of Theology. (2005). Queer as this may sound: toward new language and new practices in psychology, theology, and pastoral care.
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Cherry, K. (2007). Art that dares: gay Jesus, woman Christ, and more. Berkeley, CA: AndroGyne Press.
Childs, J. M. (2003). Faithful conversation: Christian perspectives on homosexuality. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress.
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Dashnau, L. C. (1996). Rhetorics of gender: Christian traditionalists, biblical feminists and Promise Keepers.
Ecklund, E. H. (2006). Organizational Culture and Women’s Leadership: A Study of Six Catholic Parishes. Sociology of Religion, 67(1), 81–98. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.arbor.edu/docview/60059554/1400959FDCB1C575888/11?accountid=13998
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Gaede, B. A. (1998). Congregations talking about homosexuality: dialogue on a difficult issue. [Bethesda, Md.]: Alban Institute.
Gronnvoll, M. (2003). Selling the conspiracy: a rhetorical analysis of anti-gay Christian Right arguments in the voters’ guides for measures 9 in the 1992 and 2000 Oregon statewide elections.
Groves, P. (2008). The Anglican Communion and homosexuality: a resource to enable listening and dialogue. London: SPCK.
Haskell, D. M. (2011). “What we have here is a failure to communicate”: Same-Sex Marriage, Evangelicals, and the Canadian News Media. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 23(3), 311–329. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.arbor.edu/docview/906100017/citation/140144CF6816E2EC48B/1?accountid=13998
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Kelle, B. E. (2008). Writing and reading war: rhetoric, gender, and ethics in biblical and modern contexts / Ames, Frank Ritchel. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.
Koenig-Visagie, L. H. (2012). Significant others a visual analysis of the representation of gender in the Afrikaans corporate church.
Lin, W. L.-J. (2008). The effect of a gender roles seminar on marital satisfaction among Chinese Christian couples.
Løland, H. (2008). Silent or salient gender?: the interpretation of gendered God-language in the Hebrew Bible, exemplified in Isaiah 42, 46 and 49. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Loseke, D. R., & Cavendish, J. C. (2001). Producing Institutional Selves: Rhetorically Constructing the Dignity of Sexually Marginalized Catholics. Social Psychology Quarterly, 64(4), 347–362. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.arbor.edu/docview/60080095/1400959FDCB1C575888/3?accountid=13998
Maddux, K. (2010). The faithful citizen: popular Christian media and gendered civic identities. Waco, Tex.: Baylor Univ. Press.
Martin, E. D., & Day Seven Ministries. (1995). Video resource booklet and study guide for God’s good news for persons called gays and lesbians. Elizabethtown, Pa.: Day 7 Ministries.
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Mercer, J. A. (2011). Vampires, desire, girls and God: Twilight and the spiritualities of adolescent girls. Pastoral Psychology, 60(2), 263–278.
Michael. (2005). A gay-straight Christian dialogue: a little more conversation, a little less reaction, please / Chris. Cambridge: Grove Books.
Narveson, K. (2012). Bible readers and lay writers in early modern England: gender and self-definition in an emergent writing culture. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Newell, S. (2005). Devotion and domesticity: the reconfiguration of gender in popular Christian pamphlets from Ghana and Nigeria. Journal of Religion in Africa, 35(3), 296–323.
O’Donovan, O. (2009). A conversation waiting to begin: the churches and the gay controversy. London: SCM Press.
Rosalez, D. V. V., University of Wyoming, & Department of Communication and Journalism. (2006). Promising masculinity: a rhetorical critique of the Promise Keepers’ construct of masculinity.
Sheffield, K. I. (2009). The creation of female gender identity on Evangelical television: old wine in new bottles.
Soskice, J. M. (2007). The kindness of God: metaphor, gender, and religious language. Oxford [u.a.]: Oxford Univ. Press.
Stringer, R. G. (2001). Can the church listen?: listening to gay, lesbian and bisexual people tell their stories: an educational process to enable the Uniting Church to be a more inclusive church. [San Francisco, Calif.]: San Francisco.
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Wallace, G. B. (2004). A church crisis: a rhetorical criticism of communication arguments from proponents of both sides of the homosexual movement in the Christian Church.
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