David Myers' own reflections:
- Most are straight, some are gay, and why it is that way. (PDF) (2016, February). Christian Educators Journal. (Co-published by RespectfulConversations.net.)
- A textbook summary (PDF) of the emerging scientific understanding of sexual orientation from Myers, D. G. (2015), Psychology, 11th edition. New York: Worth Publishers.
- The church's future in a gay-supportive age. Article published in Perspectives, (2012, August/September).
- Bridging the gay-evangelical divide: Extreme opinions move toward the middle. (2009, August). Wall Street Journal essay about increasing common ground between social scientists and religious conservatives.
- A marriage option for all. (PDF) (2007). In J. Brockman (Ed.), What is your dangerous idea? New York: Harper Perennial, pp. 95-97.
- Interview with The Advocate. (PDF) (2005, July 5).
- "God and gays" (PDF) (chapter from A Friendly Letter to Skeptics and Atheists).
- What God has joined together: The Christian case for gay marriage. Myers, D. G., Scanzoni, L. D. HarperSanFrancisco, 2005.
- A condensed chapter (Changing sexual orientation?) from the above book. Published in Perspectives (2005, May).
- Brief essay in reply to a critique of above chapter (Perspectives, 2005, September). Robert Gagnon's extended (58,000 word) critical review (PDF), and David's response (PDF).
- For a briefer synopsis of research, plus David's response to it for the faith community, see: Accepting what cannot be changed. Published in Perspectives (1999, June/July), pp. 5-7. (Note: The 2005 book extends and updates this.)
- Op-ed essay offers a pro-marriage case for contesting constitutional amendments against gay marriage.
From The American Psychological Association:
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