Belfast Book Launch: Tuesday 7th February 16.45hrs. The Good Bookshop Donegall Street. Speaker Lady Brenda Sheil.
Dublin Book Launch: Thursday 9th February 2012. 18.15hrs. Trinity College Gallery Chapel, following Evensong at 17.15 hrs. Speaker Judge Catherine McGuinness. Refreshments provided.
Newbook from CAI - “Moving
Forward Together: Homosexuality and the Church of Ireland”.
This book co-edited by Canon Ginnie Kennerley
and Dr Richard O’Leary is being published to assist the mutual listening and
discussion in preparation for the Church of Ireland’s special conference on
sexuality in March 2012. It is available in hard copy and pdf format from
Changing Attitude Ireland from 25th January 2012.
are by theologians, prominent members of the Church of Ireland and gay and
lesbian persons in the Church of Ireland and include: Alan Acheson, Prof. Nigel
Biggar, Bishop Michael Burrows, Dr Elizabeth Butler, Henry Haslam and Charles
Elliot, Canon Charles Kenny, Rev Mervyn
Kingston Ven. Gordon Linney, Jeremy
Marks, Judge Catherine McGuinness, Canon Albert Ogle, Dr Andrew Pierce.
Homosexuality and the
Church of Ireland”
edited by Canon Ginnie Kennerley and Dr.
1. FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO
the Faith stand or fall here? Nigel Biggar
What About Romans 1?
2. CHURCH OF IRELAND
Civil partnerships and the
Where Convictions Divide Andrew
Reviewing Lambeth ’98 1.10. Michael Burrows
3. FACING REALITY
moving on? Elizabeth Butler
Science, faith and sexual
orientation Various 4. LISTENING TO GAY PEOPLE
The Church needs to listen to
its Gay Clergy, Mervyn Kingston
A Civil Partnership celebrated
in Church, Henry
Gay cleric’s story. Albert
5. ACCEPTING DIVERSITY
An Evangelical appeals to
tradition Alan Acheson
Journey from Self-condemnation to Acceptance Jeremy Marks
The Hard Gospel
Project: From sectarianism to racism to homosexuality Richard
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