Whose Church? MCGuire
See the review on CCL Books online.
ALTHAUS – REID, MARCELLA :
Althaus-Reid’s starting point is within the framework of liberation theology, but she points out that this has often proceeded from within a traditional approaches to gender and sexual identity. She “foregrounds a Christ outside the gates who is the eternal Bi/Christ who always gives us something to think about.”
Out on Holy Ground
(Pilgrim Press, 2001; 148 pages)
Same-Sex Unions in Pre-Modern Europe
Love Between Women: Early Christian Responses to Female Homoeroticism
Here Comes Everybody
MOLLENKOTT, VIRGINIA RAMEY
Omnigender: A Trans-Religious Approach ()
Mollenknott shows that many features of God’s incarnation and manifesation to humans, and many practices of the church, fall outside socially approved, binary ideas of gender. She also discusses numerous examples of canonised saints who have defied gender roles.
Sex and the Church
Strangers & Friends