The Religious Institute publishes study guides and other resources to help congregations, religious leaders, seminaries and denominations become more sexually healthy. Click on any title in our online store below for more information and to order or download.
Our newest research report is A Time to Embrace: Why the Sexual and Reproductive Justice Movement Needs Religion. You can read the executive summary or download a PDF of the whole report here.
The Religious Institute publishes study guides to help congregations address a variety of sexuality issues. These practical guides are written for a broad spectrum of U.S. religious congregations. It is our hope that they will be relevant or adaptable to Jewish, Christian, Unitarian Universalist, and Islamic faith communities.
The Religious Institute convenes colloquia of prominent scholars, theologians and clergy from a range of faith traditions to develop Open Letters to Religious Leaders. The Open Letters provide a theological framework to help religious leaders advocate for sexual justice in their congregations and in the public square. Click here to see all of our Open Letters, available to download for free.
The Religious Institute has published a book for general audiences on sexual justice issues: Rev. Debra Haffner’s Meditations on the Good News: Reading the Bible for Today.
The Religious Institute conducts research to gauge the viewpoints of progressive religious leaders on sexual justice issues and to identify best practices and effective strategies for congregations, seminaries, denominations, and other educational institutions.