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Title: Unnatural associations: Christianity as an experiment in human community
Authors: Tanner, Kathryn
Keywords: Homosexuality
Postmodernism
Queer theory
Theological anthropology -- Christianity
Issue Date: 12-Nov-2009
Abstract: What does being queer have to do with being Christian? Dr. Tanner proposes that they have more in common than one might think. Central to both are intimate relations with others that the wider society finds unnatural and an interest in the ways those intimate relations promote new forms of personal transformation and community.
Description: Keynote lecture from 2009 LGBT Week at LTS.
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