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Wednesday, June 03, 2015
New LGBTQ Christian books: June 2015
New LGBTQ Christian books this month include queer theology and the memoir of a gay Anglican priest.
“That We Might Become God: The Queerness of Creedal Christianity” by Andy Buechel, with a foreword by Mark D. Jordan.
A theologian reveals how queer Christianity already is. He argues that queer theory fits well with Christian faith, specifically the incarnation of “Christ’s queer body,” the sacraments, and eschatology. Buechel teaches theology at Xavier University in Cincinnati and Jordan is a renowned Harvard professor of Christian thought. His foreword says, “"Andy Buechel's book exerts itself to avoid false certainties, easy algebras, in order to acknowledge the full queerness of Christianity. That effort is one of the queerest things about the book.”
Memoir and biography
“A Disreputable Priest: Being Gay in Anti-Gay Cultures” by Ian Corbett.
A gay Anglican priest gives a personal account of his journey to accept his sexual orientation and minister to LGBT people while serving in Africa, Ireland and among the indigenous tribes of North America. Corbett was sustained by values learned from indigenous peoples about the importance of the land, artistic expression, human relationships and contemplative reflection. In Botswana he established an AIDS hospice and cared for AIDS patients in the slums.
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New LGBTQ Christian books: March 2015 (Jesus in Love)
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Top 20 Gay Jesus books (from Jesus in Love)
Queer Theology book list (from Patrick Cheng)
Queering the Church book list
Jesus in Love Bookstore (includes LGBT Christian classics)
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