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Author: Marie Fortune
ISBN: 0826411282
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 160 pages
Publisher Continuum; 61428th edition (October 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: Other
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eBook Love Does No Harm: Sexual Ethics for the Rest of Us download

by Marie Fortune


Love Does No Harm book.

Love Does No Harm book. Ethicist and Christian Marie Fortune explores what it means to be in an intimate relationship today, surrounded as we are by domestic violence and continued silencing This work is aimed at those caught somewhere in the middle between those for whom only heterosexual and monogamous marriage, or "anything goes," are paradigms of suitable behaviour and intimate relationships.

155 pages ; 22 cm. In this straightforward, easily readable guide, Reverend Marie M. Fortune discusses the process of ethical decision-making in intimate relationships. Starting with the premise that "love does no harm," Fortune offers a set of guidelines that can assist people of all ages in making sexual choices

Ethicist and Christian Marie Fortune explores what it means to be in an intimate relationship today, surrounded .

Ethicist and Christian Marie Fortune explores what it means to be in an intimate relationship today, surrounded as we are by domestic violence and continued silencing of women's voices. As a religious leader, this book as well as her other material on this subject have helped me aid my patrons in their times of need. She gives clear, step-by-step details and instructions and simplifes a very complex issue well. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, ut vidit quaestio mel, cum et albucius comprehensam. Ad veri latine efficiantur quo, ea vix nisl euismod explicari. Mel prima vivendum aliquando ut. Sit suscipit tincidunt no, ei usu pertinax molestiae assentior. Eam in nulla regione evertitur. Dico menandri eum an, accusam salutandi et cum, virtute insolens platonem id nec. Format Paperback 156 pages.

Dr Part I: Establishing a Context In Chapter 1, Ethics for the Rest of Us, Fortune .

The book is grouped into two sections: Establishing a Context and Guidelines for Relationships. Part I: Establishing a Context In Chapter 1, Ethics for the Rest of Us, Fortune sets the groundwork and makes no assumptions. Chapter 2: Doing the Least Harm, Fortune says a great starting place is for a sexual relationship, to begin with friendship.

Fortune, Marie M. Love Does No Harm: Sexual Ethics for the Rest of U. Gudorf, Christine E. The Social Construction of Sexuality: Implications for the Churches. Love Does No Harm: Sexual Ethics for the Rest of Us. New York: Continuum, 1995. Gilson, Anne Bathurst. In God Forbid: Religion and Sex in American Public Life. In Feminist Sexual Ethics Project page 8 Faithfulness and Fortitude: In Conversation with the Theological Ethics of Stanley Hauerwas. Ed. Mark Thiessen Nation and Samuel Wells.

This work is aimed at those caught somewhere in the middle between those for whom only heterosexual and monogamous marriage, or "anything goes," are paradigms of suitable behaviour and intimate relationships. Ethicist and Christian Marie Fortune explores what it means to be in an intimate relationship today, surrounded as we are by domestic violence and continued silencing of women's voices.

Arlelond
This is a must have for any LGBTQQI library or care providers. One of those little common sense gems that will serve you well over time.
Zavevidi
Good condition, good price!
Cells
In dealing with friends and family in harmful relationships, I have found the books of Marie M. Fortune to be very beneficial, well-researched, and easily read by the non-professional. As a religious leader, this book as well as her other material on this subject have helped me aid my patrons in their times of need. She gives clear, step-by-step details and instructions and simplifes a very complex issue well. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to examine the ethics of personal relationships in any form. For a memeber of the clergy or someone who works with people in damaging relationships, this book is a must.