Queerying Evangelism

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Pilgrim Press, 2005 - Religion - 207 pages
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"The book chronicles Cheri DiNovo's own attempts as a minister to expand the membership of a rapidly shrinking congregation in a poor, inner city Toronto neighborhood. As a result, DiNovo discovers that, in her congregation's decision to evangelize among the marginalized and "queer" in their neighborhood, church members are radically changed by realizing how "queer" or different they are themselves."--Jacket.

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Contents

Foreword by Mary A Tolbert
9
Introduction to Evangelism OutsideIn
15
Models and Mentors
34
Queerying Queer
52
A Girl Like Him Del
71
Queerying Genesis
97
A Guy Like Her Mary
106
The Queer Continuum
114
Queerying Morality
130
Queerying Christian Discipline
150
Queerying Church
161
Queerying the Gift
180
Conclusion
190
Again Beginning
196
Bibliography
203
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About the author (2005)

Cheri DiNovo is senior minister at Emmanuel Howard United Church in Toronto, Canada

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