Modern Believing

Christianity and Sexual Morality Revisited

Modern Believing (2014), 55, (2), 141–147.

Abstract

The morality of sexual relationships is dependent on the presence or absence of love, not in the sense of infatuation but rather a deeper bond that treats the other as a person not an object. So argued Anglican theologian Kenneth Ingram in the 1940s. He was one of the first Church of England thinkers to argue for a consistent approach to opposite-sex and same-sex partnerships.

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Ingram, A. K. (1944) Christianity and sexual morality - a modernist view. Modernist pamphlets on religion, life and thought, no. 3. London: Union of Modern Free Churchmen. Christianity and sexual morality - a modernist view Google Scholar

Ingram, A. K. (1940) Sex-morality tomorrow. London: George Allen & Unwin. Sex-morality tomorrow Google Scholar

Ingram, A. K. (1944) Christianity and sexual morality - a modernist view. Modernist pamphlets on religion, life and thought, no. 3. London: Union of Modern Free Churchmen. Christianity and sexual morality - a modernist view Google Scholar

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Ingram, Kenneth

Hensman, Savitri

Ingram, Kenneth

Hensman, Savitri