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Gay religion / edited by Scott Thumma and Edward R. Gray
Bib ID 3400042
Format BookBook
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Description Walnut Creek, CA : AltaMira Press, 2004 
xvi, 454 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0759103259
0759103267
Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: <h2> Contents</h2>
  • Foreword
  • William McKinney and Mary A. Tolbert
  • Introduction
  • Edward R. Gray and Scott Thumma
  • I Denominational Heritage Expressions
  • 1 Gay Gods of the City: The Emergence of the Gay and Lesbian Ethnic Parish
  • Leonard Norman Primiano
  • 2 Reconciling Congregations Bridging Gay and Straight Communities
  • Wendy Cadge
 
Notes

Formerly CIP.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Gays -- Religious life -- United States.  |  Homosexuality -- Religious aspects.
Other authors/contributors Gray, Edward R., 1958-  |  Thumma, Scott, 1957-

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