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IDAHOT – Love makes a family

May 17 is IDAHOT Day—International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

Debating issues around sexuality can cause controversy in the Christian faith but open dialogue is the key to progress in an age where the LGBTIQ community still faces significant violence and discrimination. Sue Hutchinson explores how church members can be truly supportive of LGBTIQ individuals and their families. “Families are at the heart of all our lives. Whether it’s the ...

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What is the Christian response to trauma?

Proverbs of Ashes: Violence, Redemptive Su ering and the Search for What Saves Us. Rita Nakashima Brock and Rebecca Ann Parker Beacon Press, 2001, $24 RRP.

Rebecca, an ordained minister of the United Methodist Church and a seminary president and Rita, a theologian and researcher, explore through their own individual experiences, deep and difficult theological perspectives and teachings of Western Christianity in relation to issues of family violence, physical, sexual and emotional abuse, racism, addiction, homophobia and post-traumatic disorders. The detailed analysis of their life experiences ...

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