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Richard W. McCarty

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

Mercyhurst College

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Mercyhurst College

501 East 38Th Street

Erie, Pennsylvania,16546

United States

Company Description

Mercyhurst College, founded in 1926 by the Sisters of Mercy, is a fully accredited, four-year, Catholic comprehensive institution in Erie, Pennsylvania. The college offers more than 100 majors, minors and concentrations, as well as unique, post-baccalaureate a... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Pastor

Community United Church of Christ


Affiliations

Greater Erie Alliance for Equality , Inc.

Board Member


Equality Advocates

Board Member and Mercyhurst Professor


Education

Master of Divinity

Western Theological Seminary


Ph.D.

Religious Studies

The University of Iowa


degrees

Iowa State University


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Richard McCarty, an associate professor of religious studies at Mercyhurst University, studies religious perspectives on human relationships and sexual ethics.
He will discuss Christian discourse about the end of days and how it impacts Christian ideas of sexual morality today. McCarty is the author of Sexual Virtue: An Approach to Contemporary Christian Ethics. His work draws on data from the natural and social sciences, insights from cross-cultural dialogues, biblical scholarship, and revisionist thinking to offer a more compassionate and inclusive notion of sexual virtue for our time. McCarty received his PhD in religious studies from the University of Iowa.


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Speakers included Michael Mahler, president of NW PA Pride Alliance and co-editor for Erie Gay News; TJ and Wendy Titus, first same-sex couple to wed in Erie County (TJ came out as transgender in 2014) and who represented GEAE; Robert Rhodes, president of ACLU's NW PA chapter; Kathy and Tina Czarnecki-Smith, who have been married for 3 years (Kathy is a NW PA Pride Alliance board member and Tina is expecting the couple's first child in February); Susan Woodland, president of NW PA Now and secretary of Pennsylvania NOW; David Moore, president and found of Pennsylvania Equality Project (formerly Marriage Equality for PA); Daniel Doubet, organizer for Keystone Progress; Rich McCarty, senior pastor at Community United Church and tenured associate professor of religious studies at Mercyhurst University; and Ginger Richard, local social worker, who had written her master's thesis on marriage equality 11 years before.


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Richard McCarty, Mercyhurst University


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This is a guest post by Richard McCarty, an assistant professor of religious studies at Mercyhurst University.
His article, "Objects of the Inquisition," appears in the January-February 2014 issue of Academe. Richard McCarty takes the quest for academic freedom to religious institutions, considering the clash of conflicting public roles.


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This is a guest post by Richard McCarty, an assistant professor of religious studies at Mercyhurst University.
His article, "Objects of the Inquisition," appears in the January-February 2014 issue of Academe.


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