Queering Christianity: Finding a Place at the Table for LGBTQI Christians

By Robert E. Shore-Goss; Thomas Bohache et al. | Go to book overview

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Robert E. Shore-Gossis the Senior Pastor of MCC in the Valley, the first “Green” church within MCC and is active in environmental activism and Earth care and other justice issues. He holds a ThD in Theology and Comparative Religion from Harvard University. He is author of Jesus ACTED UP: A Gay and Lesbian Manifestoand Queering Christand coauthor of Dead But, Not Lost: Grief Narratives in Religious Traditions. He is coeditor of Take Back the Word: A Queer Reading of the Bible, The Queer Bible Commentator, Gay Catholic Priests and Clerical Sexual Misconduct, and Our Families, Our Values.

Thomas Bohachehas been clergy in the Metropolitan Community Churches for 25 years and has pastored congregations in California, Virginia, Delaware, and New Jersey. He has graduate degrees in religion from the University of Virginia and Georgetown University and a D. Ministry in feminist liberation theologies from the Episcopal Divinity School. He is the author of Christology from the Marginsand coeditor of The Queer Bible Commentary.

Patrick S. Chengis the Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He holds a PhD in systematic theology from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. He is the author of Radical Love: An Introduction to Queer Theology; From Sin to Amazing Grace: Discovering the Queer

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