From a Thinking Pacifism blogpost by Ted Grimsrud. "It’s of manageable length (131 pages), clearly written, based on solid research, a nice mixture of personal engagement and theological reflection, and coherently argued. I would recommend it as a solid book to help those already in the inclusive camp to understand better how the Bible is actually a positive resource for faith communities that have already made a commitment to be inclusive. I would also recommend it for those who aren’t sure what they believe and would like to check out the best advocates for inclusion. And, as well, I would recommend it for those who are confident of their restrictive convictions but would like better to understand the strongest arguments for inclusion."
"A Pauline case for same-sex marriage" By Gerald W. Schlabach, a Catholic ethicist with roots in the Mennonite tradition.
A Letter to My Congregation
by Ken Wilson; David P. Gushee (Foreword by); Phyllis Tickle (Introduction by)
Call Number: 261.835766 W746
Publication Date: David Crumm Media, 2014
"An evangelical pastor's path to embracing people who are gay, lesbian and transgender into the company of Jesus."See also a study by Vineyard leadership in response to this book. It is in the "Reaffirming Tradition" section.
Changing Our Mind: A Call from America's Leading Ethics Scholar for Full Acceptance of LGBT Christians in the Church
by David P. Gushee; Brian D. McLaren (Foreword by); Matthew Vines (Introduction by)
Publication Date: Georgetown University Press, 2012
In chapter five, the authors consider homosexuality in the context of scripture and the Catholic moral tradition interpreted in contemporary historical context. They conclude that "the Church's teaching needs serious reevaluation."
Homosexuality and Christian Faith: Questions of Conscience for the Churches
by Walter Wink
Call Number: 261.835766 H76w
Publication Date: Fortress, 1999
"Ideal for individual or group use, this unique resource presents short pieces from some of the nation's most preeminent church leaders - women and men, Protestant and Catholic, mainline and evangelical - who address fundamental moral imperatives about homosexuality. Through personal testimony, factual clarification, and moral suasion, they invite the reader to open his or her heart to the Spirit, to Gospel values, and to full acceptance of gay and lesbian persons in the 'family of God.'".