Gerald Larue, an eminent biblical scholar, examines the many dimensions of marriage and sexual activity recorded in the Bible and other ancient religious texts and the effect of these documents on our present culture. Professor Larue brilliantly analyzes Bible passages, utilizing the methods and insights from literary, historical, and cultural studies.
Gerald A. Larue (1916 - 2014) was an American scholar of religion and professor emeritus of gerontology, a former ordained minister who became an agnostic, archeologist, debunker of biblical stories and accounts of miracles, and humanist. He was a professor of biblical history and archaeology at the University of Southern California and later a member of the gerontology faculty. He was on the editorial board of Skeptic magazine from its founding in 1992 to the time of his death.