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Human sexuality : an all-embracing gift

Author: Gerald D Coleman
Publisher: New York : Alba House, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald D Coleman
ISBN: 081890643X 9780818906435
OCLC Number: 26162862
Description: xxi, 441 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: I. Principles and presuppositions. The gift of sexuality --
The moral life and Jesus --
A call to chastity --
Basic moral principles --
Biblical perspectives --
II. Sexuality and the need for integration. The meaning of intimacy --
The need for integration --
Gender assessment --
Aberrant sexuality --
III. The question of birth regulation. The context of the question --
Humanae vitae --
Conscience formation and the meaning of dissent --
Absolution --
Contraception and infallibility --
Conclusion --
IV. Sexuality, physiology and birth control methods. Context of the question --
The physiology of sexual functions --
Conception, pregnancy, and birth --
Contraception --
Natural family planning. V. What is homosexuality? Setting the scene --
Historical observations --
The causes of homosexuality --
Homosexuality and self-assessment --
Magisterial teaching --
Homosexuality and scripture --
Outing --
discrimination, homosexuality and public policy --
VI. Nonmarital sexuality. Context of the question --
Domestic partnerships --
Statistical data --
Adolescent sexuality --
VII. Masturbation: moral evaluations. Overview of the question --
Autoeroticism --
Magisterial teaching --
Theological responses --
Pastoral suggestions --
Celibacy and masturbation. VIII. Respect for human life. Instruction on respect for human life in its origin and on the dignity of procreation --
Science and the unborn --
The abortion question --
Reproductive technologies --
Direct sterilization --
IX. HIV/AIDS and the church. Overview --
Origin and definition --
Facts, symptoms and transmission --
Ethical and religious questions --
HIV and marriage --
Social questions.
Responsibility: Gerald D. Coleman.

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