Episcopal seminary relaxes policy on sex

February 1997
Christian Century;2/19/97, Vol. 114 Issue 6, p184
Reports on the decision of the board of trustees of Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, to relax its 25-year-old policy barring students and faculty from non-marital sex and homosexual behavior. Reliance on individual responsibility; Remarks of Bishop Peter J. Lee, the trustees' chairman, about the policy; Current status of enrollment in the United States seminaries.


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