Sexegesis: An Evangelical Response to Five Uneasy Pieces on Homosexuality is written by a collaboration of Australian biblical teachers and experienced pastors addressing the vexed issue of homosexuality. ‘Sexegesis’, or sexual interpretation, shows that the traditional reading of Scripture, as against homosexual practice but for homosexual people, still makes best sense of the Bible text.

This is contrary to the more liberal revisionist reading of Scripture in Five Uneasy Pieces.

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Peter Adam is recently retired Principal of Ridley Melbourne and Vicar Emeritus of St. Jude’s Carlton.

Paul Barnett, former Anglican Bishop of North Sydney, Australia, is an Honorary Associate in Ancient History at Macquarie University, Sydney and Teaching Fellow at Regent College, Vancouver and Moore College, Sydney.

Michael F. Bird is Lecturer in Theology and New Testament at Crossway College in Brisbane, Australia.

Denise Cooper-Clarke is a researcher with Ethos (Evangelical Alliance Centre for Christianity and Society), and an adjunct lecturer in Ethics at Ridley Melbourne.

Sarah Harris is Lecturer in New Testament at Carey College in Auckland, New Zealand.

Barry McGrath is an Anglican clergyman in inner-city Sydney with young adult children.

Gordon Preece is Director of Ethos, Priest-in Charge at Yarraville Anglican Parish, and visiting lecturer/consultant in Ethics at Macquarie Centre for Applied Finance, Ridley Melbourne, and Christian Super.

Katy Smith is Lecturer in Old Testament at Bible College of South Australia.

Lindsay Wilson is Senior Lecturer in Old Testament at Ridley Melbourne.

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