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From Gene Robinson, the Bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church, the first openly gay person elected (in 2003) to the historic episcopate and the world’s leading religious spokesperson for gay rights and gay marriage, comes a groundbreaking book that lovingly and persuasively makes the case for same-sex marriage. It establishes a common sense, reasoned, religious argument made by someone who holds the religious text of the Bible to be holy and sacred and the ensuing two millennia of church history to be relevant to the discussion. For the author, same-sex marriage is a very personal issue: he has been married to his partner for the last four years of a twenty-three-year relationship.

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  • “Robinson’s experience as an Episcopal bishop serves him well as narrator of his book…The compassion in his reading will touch listeners looking to find a middle ground between their identity and their religion.”

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  • “Robinson grounds his argument in favor of gay rights and gay marriage in the Bible that he loves…Inevitably a controversy stirrer despite the devout tone.”

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About the Author

Gene Robinson was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, and graduated from the University of the South with a BA in American studies and history. He completed the MDiv degree in 1973 at the General Theological Seminary in New York and was ordained deacon and then priest, serving as curate at Christ Church, Ridgewood, New Jersey. He is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and was elected bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire in 2003, having served as assistant to the bishop for nearly eighteen years.