Queer Fear: Ministry Made Strange by the Fear of the Sexual Other
AbstractIf the recalcitrance of the church makes enacting the vision of a fully inclusive ministry of women and men of all ethnic and racial extractions and sexual orientations seem like a fool's errand, then we must reorder our fears about that. We must not be afraid to fail any longer - we must instead be afraid not to try.
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