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Talking about Homosexuality

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Talking about Homosexuality, the first title in the Holy Conversations series, is a study resource for theological reflection on homosexuality. It serves as a tool for people in churches who feel they are surrounded by painful, confusing debates in the church about homosexuality, and want to discover how the Christian tradition can be a constructive--rather than divisive-- ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 11th 2005 by Pilgrim Press (first published April 30th 2005)
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Drick
Oct 10, 2012 rated it really liked it
My church is currently going through a process of examining its policies and practices with regard to being inclusive of gays and lesbians as members. Within the Mennonite church this is a growing issue of concern. This book was study book used by small groups over the summer. Though I didn't participate in the groups I read the book and found it very well written. While I have long ago come to the place of affirming the role of gays and lesbians in the church and society at large, this book was ...more
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Talking about Homosexuality, the first title in the Holy Conversations series, is a study resource for theological reflection on homosexuality. It serves as a tool for people in churches who feel they are surrounded by painful, confusing debates in the church about homosexuality, and want to discover how the Christian tradition can be a constructive--rather than divisive--resource. The book provides a challenging and creative process for clergy and lay people to reflect upon their own Christian ...more
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