Controversies in Queer Theology is reviewed in this week's Church Times by John Saxbee, the former Bishop of Lincoln and, until earlier this year, the president of Modern Church (formerly the Modern Churchpeople's Union).
Saxbee kindly describes the book as "a sympathetic critique" which "will be of real service to those motivated to find out more". I'm delighted that he's really caught hold of what I was trying to do in the book, as exemplified by this comment:
"Should queer people remain Christians? All may; some should; none must, but Christianity will be the poorer if they don't." (Church Times 7745, 26 August 2011, p. 22)