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Uncommon Calling: a gay Christian’s struggle to serve the church

Uncommon Calling: a gay Christian’s struggle to serve the church
By Chris Glaser

Chris Glaser describes his personal journey of coming out to his family, friends and church. He tells the story of how the church reacted and his professional life seeking reconciliation between LGBT people and the church.

Unconditional

Unconditional
By Justin Lee

‘What makes this book different is that it is not essentially about arguing a case but about bridging the gaps of understanding and sympathy that have distorted or muffled the overwhelming miracle of God’s gift in Christ and in Scripture. I welcome it very warmly.’ — Rowan Williams Justin Lee is the founder and executive […]

Unheard Voices

Unheard Voices
By Jeffrey Heskins

The book describes the experience at St Luke’s Church, Charlton, of twenty years of providing a service of blessing for same sex couples and the theological reflection that took place within the congregation on this ministry. Jeffrey Heskins has been the rector of St Luke’s only since 1995 but has known the church since 1988 […]

Unrepentant, Self-affirming, Practising

Unrepentant, Self-affirming, Practising
By Gary D Comstock

Publishers’ catalogues are full of books on the Church’s view of homosexuality; Gary David Comstock here offers gay views of the church. Given the often hostile environment, he asks why gay people stay in religious institutions.

Virtually normal

Virtually normal
By Andrew Sullivan

Virtually Normal is an exploration of the mid 90s principal arguments about homosexuality, from the Catholic church to Michel Foucault. It is a book not about individual feelings but about the way society dealt – or does not deal – with the homosexual minority. And, finally, it charts a new politics which is now leading […]