Saturday, April 09, 2016
New in April: LGBTQ Christian books "Justice Calls" and "Signs and Wonders"
They are “Justice Calls: Sermons of Welcome and Affirmation,” a collection edited by Phil Snider, and “Signs and Wonders: Theology After Modernity” by Ellen T. Armour.
“Justice Calls: Sermons of Welcome and Affirmation,” edited by Phil Snider.
This collection presents 26 LGBTQ-affirming sermons by a diverse speakers, mostly pastors and seminary professors. Four sections focus on equality, liberation, hospitality and transformation. Contributors includes Rita Nakashima Brock, Danny Cortez, Barbara Lundblad, Scott Haldemann, David Lose, Alton Pollard, Mona West, Irene Monroe and many more. As editor, Snider brings his perspective as senior minister of Brentwood Christian Church in Springfield, MO. Published by Cascade Books / Wipf and Stock.
“Signs and Wonders: Theology After Modernity” by Ellen T. Armour.
Consecration of openly gay bishop Gene Robinson, prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib, the right-to-die case of Terri Schiavo, and Hurricane Katrina are examined as the author lays the groundwork for a post-modern theology. Armour, professor of theology at Vanderbilt Divinity School, takes an original approach by drawing on Foucault and queer theory while using photographs and visual culture theory to explore the power dynamics and public perceptions of these disruptive events. Published by Columbia University Press.
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