A Whosoever Church: Welcoming Lesbians and Gay Men Into African American Congregations

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2001 - Religion - 296 pages
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This book features interviews with twenty black scholars and religious leaders who speak out--from various theological perspectives--against institutional prejudice toward gay and lesbian people. The interviews are conducted in a conversational format in language that will be accessible and interesting to lay readers.

 

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From courtrooms to classrooms, from boot camps to church steps . . . the issue of homosexuality continues to make headlines . . . and raise questions. Of course, the most important question of all is . . . what does the Bible say about homosexuality?
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Contents

Rev Timothy McDonald III
9
Rev Larry C MenyweatherWoods
22
Rev Dr Amos C Brown
34
Rev Dr Mozella G Mitchell
47
Rev Irene Monroe
59
Rev Dr Cecil Chip Murray
75
Rev Msgr Raymond G East
86
Rev Altagracia Perez
99
Rev Marjorie BowensWheatley
152
Rev Dr James A Forbes Jr
163
Rev Msgr Russell L Dillard
176
Rev Dr Renee L Hill
189
Rev Dr James H Cone
205
Rev Dr Emilie M Townes
218
Rev Dr Kelly Brown Douglas
232
Dr M Shawn Copeland
242

Rev Dr Arnold I Thomas
112
Rev Dr Jacquelyn Grant
125
Rev Edwin C Sanders II
139
Rev Dr Yvonne V Delk
255
Notes
269
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About the author (2001)

Gary David Comstock is University Protestant Chaplain and Associate Professor of Sociology at Wesleyan University in Middleton, Connecticut.

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