All but invisible : exploring identity questions at the intersection of faith, gender & sexuality / Nate Collins ; foreword by Wesley Hill.Material type: TextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan, Description: 312 pages ; 23 cmISBN: 0310526027; 9780310526025Other title: Exploring identity questions at the intersection of faith, gender and sexualitySubject(s): Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Identity (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Sexual minorities | Gender identity -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BV4509.5 | .C65 2017
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Includes bibliographical references.
An invisible people -- Part 1 : the vision problem -- Confroming the vision : a reconciling faith -- Reforming the vision : a contextualized faith -- Performing the vision : a domestic faith -- Part 2 : the idea problem -- Desiring friendship and friending desire -- Oriented to beauty -- Intimate relationships -- Gay orientations and Christian theology -- Part 3 : Identity matters -- Personhood, gender, and sexuality -- A brief history of theorizing gender -- The modern gay identity and minority experience -- Gay culture and cultural Christianity -- Gay orientations and Christian identity.
"For many years the intersection of gay identity and Christian identity in the United States was a virtual no-man's land. In All But Invisible, author Nate Collins explores the cultural background of this claim and outlines a vision for Christian community in which straight and nonstraight people might be reconciled so they can flourish together in full awareness of their shared humanity" --Back cover.