Courageous Leadership in Christian Sex/Gender Conflicts "Lecture 2: Conflicting"
As a move toward perceiving “the pattern of this world,” and discerning how and whether we should conform to it, this talk describes how same-sex sexuality has been understood in our society over time, and how those understandings have shaped Christian thought and practice. We will consider the sex-gender complex as a difficult conflict and explore personal, corporate, and spiritual challenges and opportunities embedded in intractable conflict.
RESPONDENT: Erin Dufault-Hunter, PhD
Travis Auditorium, Fuller Theological Seminary
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Fuller Theological Seminary and Paris, Jenell Williams, "Courageous Leadership in Christian Sex/Gender Conflicts "Lecture 2: Conflicting"" (2015). Integration Symposium. 8.