Tag Archives: LGBTIQ and faith
Goh, Joseph N. “Reclaiming Vision and Voice: A Queer-Feminist-Liberation Reading of Mark 10: 46-52 in relation to Non-Heteronormative Malaysians.” in God’s image 33, no. 1 (June 2014): 40-51. This essay deploys a queer-feminist-liberation reading of Mark 10:46-52 to articulate the issues and struggles of non-heteronormative Malaysians, and the ways in which they reclaim their visions and voices as sexual subjects in a disenabling ethos.
By Ruth Gledhill. One of the most influential evangelical Christians in the US has called for full inclusion of gay couples into the life of the Church. Baptist minister Tony Campolo warns that the Church is in danger of repeating the same kinds of mistakes it made when it supported slavery and opposed the ministry of women. Read More. This excerpt posted here claims no credit for any information or image posted herein: it merely hosts such Read More +
The Queer Asian Spirit E-Magazine (QAS E-Zine) is is an online magazine published annually (December) that is dedicated to the sharing of queer knowledges, experiences, communities, religiosities, theologies and spiritualities from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, pansexual, asexual, queer and questioning (LGBTIPAQ) people of Asian Pacific Islander (API) descent of diverse faiths from around the globe. We welcome contributions in various forms.