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Spirituality and Religions: Part 2 of 3: Bibliography
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Bibiography: Papers, articles, and books.
Abstracts: Papers, articles, and books.
Abstracts: Ph.D and Master's Theses

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Papers, Thesis, Articles & Books

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Anderson JD (1997). The lesbian and gay liberation movement in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), 1974-1996. Journal of Homosexuality, 34(2): 37-65. PubMed Abstract.
 
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Bainbridge SM (1994). Student Religious Organizations and University Policies against Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation: Implications of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Journal of College and University Law, 21(2), 369-404. (Paper availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Barret R, Barzan R (1996). Spiritual Experiences of Gay Men and Lesbians. Counseling and Values, 41(1), 4-15. (Paper availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Berg SL (1989). AA, spiritual issues, and the treatment of lesbian and gay alcoholics. PH.D. Thesis, Michigan State University, DAI, Vol. 50-07A, p. 2121, 220 pages.
 
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Bivens AJ, et al. (1995). Death Concern and Religious Beliefs among Gays and Bisexuals of Variable Proximity to AIDS. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 30(2), 105-20. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Boivin MJ (1997).On the Horns of a Dilemma or at the Horn of the Altar: An Introduction to This Theme Issue. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4). Full text. Christian Scholar's Review Vol 26(4). Theme Issue: Christianity and Homosexuality. Abstract.
 
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Brown ER (1992). "Let my people go": a mission strategy for outreach and ministry within the gay community. D.MIN. Thesis, Fuller Theological Seminary, DAI, Vol. 53-10A, p. 3569, 147 pages.
 
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Campbell TJ (1991). Catholic Priests and the pastoral care of homosexuals and homosexual persons with AIDS.
 
PH.D. Thesis, Unites States International University, DAI vol. 52-02A, p. 569, 187 pages.
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Chater M (2001). Another Country: an exploration of the subversive in sexuality and spirituality. International Journal of Children's Spirituality, 6(2): 177-184. Ingenta.com Abstract.
 
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Cocks H (2001). Calamus in Bolton: Spirituality and Homosexual Desire in Late Victorian England. Gender & History, 13(2): 191-223. Ingenta.com Abstract.
 
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Coleman CL (2003). Spirituality and sexual orientation: relationship to mental well-being and functional health status. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 43(5): 457-464. Ingenta.com Abstract.
 
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Coolidge, David O (1998). Playing the Loving Card: Same-Sex Marriage and the Politics of Analogy. BYU Journal of Public Law, 12(2). Full Text N/A.
 
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Costtello CL (1993). Religion and A.I.D.S.-related bereavement: a study of partners and family members. PH.D. Thesis, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, DAI, Vol. 54-06B, p. 3335, 172 pages.
 
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Cy RJ (1996). Toward Understanding Homosexuality: An Agenda for Adult Christian Education's Contribution to Human Wholeness. Religious Education, 91(1), 122-34. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Dutile FN (1988). God and Gays at Georgetown: Observations on Gay Rights Coalition of Georgetown University Law Center v. Georgetown University. Journal of College and University Law, 15(1), 1-20. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Ellis L, Wagemann BM (1993). The Religiosity of Mothers and Their Offspring as Related to the Offspring's Sex and Sexual Orientation. Adolescence, 28(1090), 227-34. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Fledderjohann DD (1996). Moral views of freshmen in selected Christian colleges. PH.D. Thesis, Loyola University of Chicago, DAI, Vol. 57-03A, p. 1080, 190 pages.
 
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Greenberg DF, Bystryn MH (1982). Christian Intolerance of Homosexuality. American Journal of Sociology, 88(3), 515-48. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Gutierrez FJ (1987). Managing the Campus Ecology of Gay/Lesbian Students on Catholic College Campuses. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American College Personnel Association, Chicago, IL, March, 1987.  (The availability of the 22-page paper is given in the Eric "abstract" link.)
 
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Haas G (1997). Exegetical Issues in the Use of the Bible to Justify the Acceptance of Homosexual Practice. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Hodges DH III (1991). Monotheism, responsibility and homosexuality: an application of H. Richard Iebuhr's ethical theory. PH.D. Thesis, The Florida State University, DAI, Vol. 52-08A, p. 2960, 307 pages.
 
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Isaak PJ (1998). Homosexuality: dimensions of the issue in church and society in Namibia. (Homosexuality: Some Elements for an Ecumenical Discussion - African research concerning homosexuality suggests that Africans stress the principles of inclusiveness and acceptance. In Namibia, the Constitution reflects...). The Ecumenical Review, January 1. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Johnston MC (1994). The impact of counselees' sexual orientation and gender on clergy assessment for counseling. Ph.D., Thesis, Boston University, DAI, Vol. 54-05A, p. 1840, 303 pages.
 
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Jones SL,  Yarhouse MA (1997). Science and the Ecclesiastical Homosexuality Debates. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Larrson B(1998). A quest for clarity: the World Council of Churches and human sexuality. The Ecumenical Review, January 1. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Lienemann W (1998). Churches and homosexuality: an overview of recent official church statements on sexual orientation. The Ecumenical Review, January 1. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Looy H (1997). Taking Our Assumptions Out of the Closet: Psychobiological Research on Homosexuality and its Implications for Christian Dialogue. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Love PG (1997). Contradiction and Paradox: Attempting to Change the Culture of Sexual Orientation at a Small Catholic College.  The Review of Higher Education 20(4), 381-398. Full text.
 
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Marcellino EM (1996). Internalized homonegativity, self-concept and images of god in gay and lesbian individuals. PH.D. Thesis, Boston University, DAI, Vol. 57-01A, p. 0273, 323 pages.
 
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McIntyre M (1997) Gay Texts of Terror? Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Murchison, Jr. DC (1998). Scripture, tradition, knowledge and experience: a review of some recent literature from the church's conversation on homosexuality. The Ecumenical Review, January 1. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com.
 
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Nash JP (1990). Stress, ego identity, and the disclosure of a homosexual orientation among midlife transition male religious professionals in the Roman Catholic Church. PH.D. Thesis, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, DAI vol. 52-03B, p. 1731, 258 pages.
 
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Parker JK (1997). Tolerance Versus Legitimacy: Christianity and Homosexuality in the Public Schools. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Peffers BJ (1996). The spiritual experiences of HIV-positive gay men. M.S.W. Thesis, University of Calgary, MAI, Vol. 35-06, p. 1673, 179 pages.
 
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Piedmont O (1996). The veils of Arjuna: androgyny in gay spirituality, east and west. PH.D. Thesis, California Institute for Integral Studies. DAI, Vol. 57-06B, p. 4076, 401 pages.
 
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Primiano LN (1993). Intrinsically Catholic: vernacular religion and Philadelphia's Dignity. PH.D. Thesis, University of Pennsylvania, DAI vol. 54-06A, p. 2186, 537 pages.
 
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Roden FS (2001). Queer Christian: The Catholic Homosexual Apologia and Lesbian/Gay Practice. International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, 6(4): 251-265. Ingenta.com Abstract.
 
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Rodriguez EM, Ouellette SC (2000). Gay and Lesbian Christians: Homosexual and Religious Identity Integration in the Members and Participants of a Gay-Positive Church. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 39(30: 333-347. Ingenta.com Abstract.
 
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Russell CD, Ellis JB (1993). Religiosity, Gender, Sex Anxiety, and AIDS Attitudes as They Affect Attitudes Towards Homosexuals. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, March, 1993. (The availability of the 16-page paper is given in the Eric "abstract" link.)
 
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Schowengerdt, Dale M (2002). Defending Marriage: A litigation strategy to oppose same-sex "marriages." Regent University Law Review, 14(2): 487-511. PDF Download.
 
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Smith RL (1993). AIDS, the gay community, and the American Catholic Church. PH.D. Thesis, Graduate Theological Union, DAI vol. 54-03A, p. 960, 278 pages.
 
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Stein GL, Bonuck KA (2001). Attitudes on end-of-life care and advance care planning in the lesbian and gay community. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 4(2): 173-90. PubMed Abstract.
 
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Strauss GH (1997). An Evangelical Looks at Homosexuality: From the Wesleyan Quadrilateral to a Postmodern Tetralectic. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Stronks J (1997). Christians, Public Policy And Same-Sex Marriage: Framing The Questions Before We Shout Out The Answers. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Sullivan-Blum CR (2004). Balancing acts: drag queens, gender and faith. Journal of Homosexuality. 46(3-4): 195-209. PubMd Abstract.
 
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Tew MA (1996). Organizational mediation of gay Catholic identity and social schism: an ethnographic analysis of Dignity/USA. PH.D. Thesis, Wayne State University, DAI vol. 57-04A, p. 1393, 209 pages.
 
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Thurston TM (1989). Homosexuality and contemporary Roman Catholic ethical discussion. PH.D. Thesis, Graduate Theological Union, DAI, vol. 50-07A, p. 2119, 349 pages.
 
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Toman JA (1997). Dual identity: being Catholic and being gay. PH.D. Thesis, Cleveland State University, DAI vol. 58-05A, Page 1942, 141 pages.
 
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Turner PDM (1997). Biblical Texts Relevant to Homosexual Orientation and Practice: Notes on Philology and Interpretation. Christian Scholar's Review, Vol. 26(4).
 
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Waldner-Haugrud LK, and Magruder B (1996). Homosexual Identity Expression among Lesbian and Gay Adolescents: An Analysis of Perceived Structural Associations. Youth & Society, 27(3), 313-33. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Youngdahl P (1996). Subversive devotions: toward a wholehearted practice of Christian faith. PH.D. Thesis, The University of Arizona, DAI, Vol. 57-04A, p. 1696, 155 pages.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  The development of these GLBT information web pages were made possible through the collaboration of Richard Ramsay (Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary) and Pierre Tremblay (independent researcher, writer, and GLBT children and youth advocate) who both recognize that often needed social changes occur as the result of knowledge availability and dissemination. Additional Information at: Warning, Acknowledgments, Authors.

These GLBTQ Info-Pages were located at the University of Southampton from 2000 to 2003, this being the result of a collaboration with Dr. Chris Bagley, Department of Social Work Studies, University of Southampton.

Graphics are compliments of Websight West. The Synergy Centre donated computer/Internet time to facilitate the construction of this GLBT information site. Both are owned by a Chris Hooymans, a friend, and former publisher of a gay & lesbian magazine in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Chris continues to offer his expertise whenever needed and he has supplied, free of charge, the hosting of the site - Youth Suicide Problems: A Gay / Bisexual Male Focus - where a smaller - GLBTQ Education Section - and the Internet Resource Page for this subject (http://www.youth-suicide.com/gay-bisexual/links7a.htm) is located.

Computer time was also supplied by Rick Reist & Glenn Lynas, and Glenn also supplied other forms of assistance.

Many thanks to Wendy Stephens from The Department of Communications Media, University of Calgary.  She communicated with publishers of many academic journals (an ongoing time-consuming process) for permission to reproduce abstracts from papers and studies on these GLBT information web pages.

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This web page was constructed to supply a spectrum of information for individuals seeking to understand one or more of the many gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender issues. Additional Information at: Warning, Acknowledgments, Authors.


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