Two Professors Discuss Scripture and Sexuality
As the conversation about sexuality and marriage continues in the Episcopal Church in advance of this summer's General Convention, two professors at Episcopal seminaries have engaged in dialogue. Dr. Wesley Hill, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity School for Ministry, and Dr. Garwood P. Anderson, Professor of New Testament and Greek at Nashotah House Theological Seminary, discuss what they see as serious problems with the way that the report of the Task Force on the Study of Marriage approaches Scripture. What both letters reveal is that the Bible's teaching on sexuality and marriage is far richer and multi-faceted than the one dimensional picture presented by the Task Force. You can read both letters here.