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University Of Notre Dame To Host Event On "Queer Holiness"
The University of Notre Dame’s gender studies program is hosting a talk with the author of a book titled “Queer Holiness.”
Set to take place on March 23rd, the event titled “Queer Holiness” will focus on “the gift of LGBTQI people to the church” and will feature Charles Bell, the author of a book by the same name.
“For millennia, institutional churches have told LGBTQI people what God expects them to be and how to act,” the description reads before going on to say “in parts of the church, LGBTQI people remain the subject of hostile questions.”
A description of the book says, “From prohibitions on who they might love or marry, to erasure and denial, the theological record is one in which LGBTQI people are far too often objectified and their lives seen as the property of others.”
“In no other significant religious question are ‘theological’ arguments made that so clearly reject overwhelming scientific and experiential knowledge about the human person,” the description also reads.
It goes on to explain, “This book seeks to find a better way to do theology… taking insights from the sciences and personal narratives as it seeks to answer the question: ‘What does human flourishing look like?’”
Additionally, the event description also states that Dr. Charles Bell is “grounded in his work as both an Anglican priest and a practicing psychiatrist.”
Meanwhile, the University of Notre Dame Law School was planning on hosting an event last semester called “Transgender Public Interest Litigation,” which was to be held in conjunction with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
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