Gay Theology Without Apology

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Pilgrim Press, 1993 - 183 páginas
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"In these fresh and bold essays, Gary David Comstock finds God's liberating connection in scripture-from-the-underside, in nontraditional traditions, and in body experience. Candidly self-revelatory, he shows how only in taking our own lives seriously can we be lovers of the world. Gay Theology without Apology is ... a charter of hope for gay/lesbian/bisexual Christians on the edges of the church." James B. Nelson

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I was very disappointed in this book. It often felt more like a rant than a constructive contribution. Most of the essays had great promise and I have taken ideas from many of them, but on the whole, I felt the author missed the mark. Ler crítica na íntegra

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Introduction
1
Constructing a Christian
27
Rewriting the Stories
49
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Gary David Comstock is the author of several books concerning gay and lesbian issues within the church, including "Gay Theology Without Apology" and "Unrepentant, Self-Affirming, Practicing: Lesbian/Bisexual/Gay People within Organized Religion". He has also taught courses in Sociology at Wesleyan University in Middleton, Connecticut.

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