Inclusive theology



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5 HOMOPHOBIC MYTHS

MYTH 1: IT HAS TO BE 'GOD vs GAY'

MYTH 2. SODOM AND GOMORRAH

MYTH 3. MY RELIGION DOESN'T ACCEPT DIVERSITY

MYTH 4. IT'S NOT NATURAL

MYTH 5. IT'S NOT MY CULTURE

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BACKGROUND BLOGS

PRINT VERSION LAUNCHED AT UNITED NATIONS CHAPEL

PRINT VERSION LAUNCHED AT UNITED NATIONS CHAPEL

7th of June 2016, saw the International Launch of the ground breaking anthology, "Behold, I make all things new". Speakers at the event, held in the chapel of the Church Center in New York, were Prof Riffat Has...
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GLOBAL INTERFAITH NETWORK

GLOBAL INTERFAITH NETWORK

The Global Interfaith Network (GIN) was initiated by 68 people from 35 countries at the 2012 world conference of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA). It was further c...
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THE FESTIVALS OF THEOLOGY

THE FESTIVALS OF THEOLOGY

o The Church of Sweden’s approach to contentious theology is well illustrated by the Revd Dr Anna Karin Hammar, Diocese of Uppsala. In her opening address at the 4th Uppsala Festival of Theology she decl...
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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‘I was allowed to wear my headscarf in the operating room and after the surgery doctors put a Qur’an in the palm of my hand'
Azzah Hari-Wonmaly, a transgender Muslimah – Amsterdam
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‘Coming out was the doorway to greater religious faith and joy than I had ever imagined’
Rabbi Jay Michaelson PhD
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'Being deprived of the blessing that the Qur’an enjoins us to follow is to forget the spirit of Islam.'
Imam Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed PhD.
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‘The suppression of sexual minorities’ human rights is often sanctioned by religious communities.’
Archbishop Emeritus Anders Wejryd, the World Council of Churches (WCC) European President
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  ‘The Festival discussion on  Human Dignity and Human Sexuality ensured that we would talk to each other, not about each other.’  
Revd ‘JP’ Mokgethi-Heath, Church of Sweden Policy Advisor on HIV and Theology