Conclusion to the series on the journey towards affirmation of LGBTQ+ persons by Asbury alumni and former professors.
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“I speak two languages: English and Methodese.”
A heartfelt letter reflecting on a 12 year journey to affirmation.
A Twitter friend sent in the following article, which resonated with my experience and my own preaching style (plus some ideas I am definitely stealing). Take a read and share with the preachers in your life! Preaching Tips They Didn’t Give You in Seminary Rev. Thomas Fuerst When I gradated seminary a decade ago, I […]
With Asbury University in the news, the separate institution of Asbury Theological Seminary has many of the same problems.
Another entry in this long-running series on how Asbury Theological School graduates became affirming of LGBTQ+ persons.
How did three Cabinet members get involved in this new denomination?
A changing worldview by a graduate of the conservative seminary in Kentucky.
Claims and Counterclaims by Bishops and Professors provide helpful reflections.
Reparative therapy was practiced on the campus of Asbury Theological Seminary.