Queer Theology

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A collection of post around ‘queer theology’, what it means and why it matters.

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This series was originally posted on my Swedish blog and suffers from some blemishes due to hasty translation (edited google translate) Please do not be put of by the (sometimes) stumbling language but listen to the heart and spirit of the message

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This is an essay I wrote during my officers training at William Booth College in London. It scratches the surface of what could be a bible based view on sexuality and sexual ethics if we centred it on the Song of Songs as our main biblical voice in the conversation around sexuality.

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