- First, of course, is the 2003 document (pdf) Claiming the Blessing from a coalition of Episcopal groups, including Integrity, which sketches out some of the issues.
- Then, there's Tobias Haller's new book (which even I found very accessible), called Reasonable and Holy. That link is to its blog site, which will have information on the book, and reviews.
- The Chicago Consultation is another group that has assembled a study document (pdf) Christian Holiness and Human Sexuality. More about the document at Episcopal Life Online:
The booklet's five essays, written by eminent Episcopal and Anglican theologians, review human sexuality within the context of scripture, tradition, ethics and liturgy, followed by eight pages of discussion questions. The publication, however, does not pretend to be an objective presentation of different opinions.
- Finally, you may want to take a look at the document (PDF) Report of the Task Force on Holiness in Relationships and the Blessing of Same-Sex Unions produced by the Diocese of San Diego, which presents the conflicting viewpoints in a point-counterpoint style, as we discussed previously.
As GC argues over B012 and D043, you may find these useful resources. Especially the next time someone of conservative bent whines that "you have to do the theology"!