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Former students and professors at Asbury Theological Seminary share their journeys to affirmation of LGBTQ+ persons.
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A series on the journey to LGBTQ+ affirmation by seminarians and professors at Asbury Theological Seminary.
Series Introduction: Last year a large number of former students and professors of Asbury Theological Seminary signed a letter urging Asbury leadership to repent of their treatment of LGBTQ+ students and the ways in which Asbury has supported the discriminatory treatment of LGBTQ+ people in the United Methodist Church. Alongside that effort, a group of […]
Reflections from former students and professors at Asbury Theological Seminary on their journey to affirmation of LGBTQ+ persons.
Asbury Theological Seminary alumni and professors share their journeys towards the affirmation of LGBTQ+ persons.
After months of negotiations, United Methodism as we know it is in for incredible change.