1. CLGS/NCTE Transgender Summit - Part 6

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    April 26 to April 28, 2009 CLGS and the National Center for Transgender Equality are pleased to present the third annual Transgender Religious Leadership Summit. The theme this year: Trans People of Faith Working for Legislative Change.

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    • CLGS: John McNeill, “Sex as God Intended” book reading.

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      For more than 35 years, John McNeill, an ordained Jesuit priest and psychotherapist, has been devoting his life to spreading the good news of God’s love for LGBT Christians. McNeill presents a simple and straightforward answer to the question: What did God invent sex for? The answer, derived from an incisive investigation of the Jewish and Christian Scriptures, is that God intended sex as a source of pleasure, joy, and love. Sex As God Intended represents a concise summary of the wisdom culled over a lifetime. McNeill’s ideas have enriched the faith of thousands, including fellow teachers, religious scholars, ministers and lay folk.This volume includes a Festchrift to John McNeill, celebrating his life and work in a series of essays by students, friends, and activists, honoring him for his lasting contribution and spelling out how he touched their lives and work.

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      • God in the White House: Religion and the 2012 Election

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        On Oct 18, 2012, Graduate Theological Union hosted a panel discussions that explored the Christian, Mormon, Muslim and Jewish perspectives on the upcoming election, and the role of religion in American politics. The speakers were: - James A. Donahue, President and Professor of Ethics, Graduate Theological Union (http://www.gtu.edu) - Daniel Itzkovitz, Professor of American Literature and Culture, Stonehill College (http://www.stonehill.edu/x8245.xml) - Zahra Billoo, Executive Director, Council on American-Islamic Relations (http://www.cair.com/) - Robert A. Rees, Visiting Professor of Mormon Studies, Graduate Theological Union (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_A._Rees) Moderator: Marianne Farina, C.S.C., Professor of Philosophy and Theology, Graduate Theological Union (moderator)

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        • Sex-Talk - Die beste Show aus dem Jahr 2011

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          Dieses ist eines der Sex-Talk Ausgaben, die lange unter Vorbehalt war, da wir dieses nicht veröffentlichen durften. Nun hat sich aber Joschi selbst entschieden, dass diese Folge jeder sehen sollte. Seid gespannt, was in der Sendung alles passiert.

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          • How the Light Gets In: An Interview with Author Pat Schneider

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            On Saturday, April 27, 2013, PSR honored alums Pat & Peter Schneider, and celebrated the recently established Pat & Peter Schneider Scholarship Fund. Salon.com's Cary Tennis interviewed Pat, and she read from her book, How the Light Gets In: Writing as Spiritual Practice. More on PSR's website at: http://www.psr.edu/news/psr-announces-pat-peter-schneider-scholarship-fund You can purchase Pat's book here: http://patschneider.org/howthelightgetsin/ About Amherst Writers & Artists: http://www.amherstwriters.com/ More from Cary Tennis: http://www.salon.com/writer/cary_tennis/

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            • CLGS: Boswell Lecture with Virginia Burrus

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              Dr. Virginia Burrus, professor of early Christianity at Drew University Theological School, delivered the second annual John E. Boswell Lecture, entitled "What's Queer about Christian Couples? Engaging Augustine's Theology of Marriage" in the Badè museum on April 29. The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry co-sponsored the event with the GTU Women and Religion program. Burrus took listeners through a lesson in historical theology, re-examining classic works of Saint Augustine, which are the foundation of the Christian theology of marriage, in ways that have implications for debates over same-sex marriage today. Burrus said that despite the current portrayals of Christian marriage—in which the institution is portrayed as a having a continuous, unchanging theology from the biblical era to the present—early Christianity was, in fact, highly ambivalent about the practice. “The earliest Christians showed spectacularly little interest in developing a theology of marriage: it was, rather, anti-marital asceticism that captured their erotic imaginations,” Burrus said.

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              • CLGS/NCTE Transgender Summit - Part 5

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                April 26 to April 28, 2009 CLGS and the National Center for Transgender Equality are pleased to present the third annual Transgender Religious Leadership Summit. The theme this year: Trans People of Faith Working for Legislative Change.

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                • CLGS Arts Week 2009: Poetry Reading

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                  • 2010 Boswell Lecture: Kelly Brown Douglas

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                    The Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas delivered the third annual John E. Boswell Lecture on Friday evening, April 30. Douglas is the chair of the religion and philosophy department at Goucher College and a pioneering figure in the development of womanist theology

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                    • CLGS/NCTE Transgender Summit - Part 3

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                      April 26 to April 28, 2009 CLGS and the National Center for Transgender Equality are pleased to present the third annual Transgender Religious Leadership Summit. The theme this year: Trans People of Faith Working for Legislative Change.

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