Our strangely warmed hearts : coming out into God's call / Karen P. Oliveto.

By: Oliveto, Karen P, 1958- [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Nashville : Abingdon Press, [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Description: 141 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781501858918; 1501858912Subject(s): United Methodist Church (U.S.) -- History | Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- United Methodist Church (U.S.) | Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- United Methodist Church (U.S.)Additional physical formats: Online version:: Our strangely warmed hearts.DDC classification: 261.8/357660882876 LOC classification: BX8385.H65 | O45 2018
Contents:
Section One. Homosexuality in Church and Society: Chapter 1. The gay liberation movement: homosexuality and American culture ; Chapter 2. The United Methodist Church and homosexuality -- Section Two. Coming Out as an Experience of God's Grace: Chapter 3. Here I am, Lord! ; Chapter 4. Coming out while going in ; Chapter 5. Living at the intersections ; Chapter 6. How long, O Lord? ; Chapter 7. Closets no more ; Chapter 8. We shall be made perfect in love in this life.
Summary: This book traces the history of the UMC's struggle with homosexuality, highlighting critical incidents in culture and church which shaped the UMC's response.
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Section One. Homosexuality in Church and Society: Chapter 1. The gay liberation movement: homosexuality and American culture ; Chapter 2. The United Methodist Church and homosexuality -- Section Two. Coming Out as an Experience of God's Grace: Chapter 3. Here I am, Lord! ; Chapter 4. Coming out while going in ; Chapter 5. Living at the intersections ; Chapter 6. How long, O Lord? ; Chapter 7. Closets no more ; Chapter 8. We shall be made perfect in love in this life.

This book traces the history of the UMC's struggle with homosexuality, highlighting critical incidents in culture and church which shaped the UMC's response.

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