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Dr. James Clark

Director of LTL Sales

Nolan Transportation Group Inc

Direct Phone: (770) ***-**** ext. ****       

Email: j***@***.com

Nolan Transportation Group (NTG)

Nolan Transportation Group Inc

85 Mill Street, Building A & Suite 214

Roswell, Georgia 30075

United States

Company Description

Nolan Transportation Group (NTG) is a full service, third party, transportation logistics company headquartered in Marietta, GA. We are an established company specializing in analyzing and meeting customer needs and in developing long-term relationships. ... more

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Civil Unions

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Doing the Work of Love : Men & Commitment in Same-Sex Couples by J. Michael Clark

This book explores intimate, coupled, committed relationships among gay men.
"I found this a liberating book. Michael Clark personally knows what it is to take back from heterosexist control the power to define his own identity. He knows and shows how lesbians and other minorities have an important stake in liberating the gay ghetto. -- James B. Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, author of The Intimate Connection: Male Sexuality, Masculine Spirituality and Body Theology
"In Doing the Work of Love, J. Michael Clark is writing in an area that clearly needs a great deal of work. His critique ... contribute[s] significantly to the literature that is stretching toward new ways of creating more just and satisfying intimate relationships outside of sexist and heterosexist consciousness. -- Stephen B. Boyd, J. Allen Easley Professor of Religion, Wake Forest University, author of The Men We Long to Be
About the Author J. Michael Clark is a Ph.D. theologian who teaches religious studies at Agnes Scott College and Georgia State University and who is an outspoken apologist for gay theology.


Civil Unions

www.queertheory.org [cached]

Doing the Work of Love : Men & Commitment in Same-Sex Couples by J. Michael Clark

This book explores intimate, coupled, committed relationships among gay men.
"I found this a liberating book. Michael Clark personally knows what it is to take back from heterosexist control the power to define his own identity. He knows and shows how lesbians and other minorities have an important stake in liberating the gay ghetto. -- James B. Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, author of The Intimate Connection: Male Sexuality, Masculine Spirituality and Body Theology
"In Doing the Work of Love, J. Michael Clark is writing in an area that clearly needs a great deal of work. His critique ... contribute[s] significantly to the literature that is stretching toward new ways of creating more just and satisfying intimate relationships outside of sexist and heterosexist consciousness. -- Stephen B. Boyd, J. Allen Easley Professor of Religion, Wake Forest University, author of The Men We Long to Be
About the Author J. Michael Clark is a Ph.D. theologian who teaches religious studies at Agnes Scott College and Georgia State University and who is an outspoken apologist for gay theology.


Civil Unions

www.queertheory.com [cached]

Doing the Work of Love : Men & Commitment in Same-Sex Couples by J. Michael Clark

This book explores intimate, coupled, committed relationships among gay men.
"I found this a liberating book. Michael Clark personally knows what it is to take back from heterosexist control the power to define his own identity. He knows and shows how lesbians and other minorities have an important stake in liberating the gay ghetto. -- James B. Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, author of The Intimate Connection: Male Sexuality, Masculine Spirituality and Body Theology
"In Doing the Work of Love, J. Michael Clark is writing in an area that clearly needs a great deal of work. His critique ... contribute[s] significantly to the literature that is stretching toward new ways of creating more just and satisfying intimate relationships outside of sexist and heterosexist consciousness. -- Stephen B. Boyd, J. Allen Easley Professor of Religion, Wake Forest University, author of The Men We Long to Be
About the Author J. Michael Clark is a Ph.D. theologian who teaches religious studies at Agnes Scott College and Georgia State University and who is an outspoken apologist for gay theology.


Civil Unions

www.queertheory.net [cached]

Doing the Work of Love : Men & Commitment in Same-Sex Couples by J. Michael Clark

This book explores intimate, coupled, committed relationships among gay men.
"I found this a liberating book. Michael Clark personally knows what it is to take back from heterosexist control the power to define his own identity. He knows and shows how lesbians and other minorities have an important stake in liberating the gay ghetto. -- James B. Nelson, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, author of The Intimate Connection: Male Sexuality, Masculine Spirituality and Body Theology
"In Doing the Work of Love, J. Michael Clark is writing in an area that clearly needs a great deal of work. His critique ... contribute[s] significantly to the literature that is stretching toward new ways of creating more just and satisfying intimate relationships outside of sexist and heterosexist consciousness. -- Stephen B. Boyd, J. Allen Easley Professor of Religion, Wake Forest University, author of The Men We Long to Be
About the Author J. Michael Clark is a Ph.D. theologian who teaches religious studies at Agnes Scott College and Georgia State University and who is an outspoken apologist for gay theology.


"Something in our gay/lesbian being as ...

americansfortruth.com [cached]

"Something in our gay/lesbian being as an all-encompassing existential standpoint," says J. Michael Clark, professor at Emory University and Georgian State University, and a gay spokesman, "…appears to heighten our spiritual capacities. Clark claims gays share the same sentiments as radical feminist theologians whose "religious impulses are being killed by [traditional] Judeo-Christianity…" Clark seems to be saying that the problem lies not with "mean-spirited" or "hateful" Christians, failing to be true, loving Christians. For gays the problem lies rather with the whole biblical worldview and theological paradigm. For this reason, Clark turns to Native American animism for an acceptable spiritual model.

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Specifically, for Clark, the berdache, an androgynous American Indian shaman, born as a male but as an adult, choosing to live as a female, constitutes a desirable gay spiritual model, for the berdache achieves "the reunion of the cosmic, sexual and moral polarities," or the "joining of the opposites.

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