Studies and Research on Homosexuality Part 2 of 5: Homosexuality in the Context of Christian Sexual Ethics Dr. Darrell Bock, Dr. Stanton Jones, Dr. Michael Brown Release Date: January 8, 2013 Page 1 of 9 Darrell Bock: Well, I'm going to shift gears a little bit, Stan, by talking about HOMOSEXUALITY AND BIOLOGY An introduction to a muddled and sometimes contentious world of scientific research— one whose findings, now as tentative as they are suggestive, may someday shed light on the sexual orientation of everyone EXPOSING THE ‘GAY’ THEOLOGY FAMILY RESEARCH COUNCIL Bible, ChurchHomosexuality The the & BL04F01 lthough the leading Christian churches in the United States continue to view homosexual behavior as outside the realm of appropriate Christian conduct, revisionist scholars within their respective communions cont- View Homosexuality Research Papers on Academia.edu for free. Answers to Your Questions For a Better Understanding oF sexUal orientation & HomosexUality & Since 1975, the American Psychological Association has called on psychologists to take the lead in removing the stigma of mental illness that has long been associated with lesbian, gay, and bisexual orientations. Homosexuality: Nature or Nurture Ryan D. Johnson April 30, 2003 In recent decades, many hotly debated topics have come under the scrutiny of sociobiologists, 1984 Summer;9(4):65-93. J Homosex. Biological research on homosexuality: Ansell's cow or Occam's razor? Homosexuality can refer to both attraction or sexual behavior between people of the same sex, or to a sexual orientation. The discipline of psychology is concerned Ricketts W. Research based on the assumption that homosexuality can be traced to heredity, prenatal brain differentiation, or effects of gonadotropins in adulthood is reviewed. The debate on homosexuality in Uganda is chosen as the central research ‘site’ as it is reflective of, or brings into play particular discourses wherein colonial scripts are re- invoked – thus also suggesting asymmetrical relationships regarding authority and power. 1.