Sexuality and the black church pdf

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Sexuality and the Black church : a womanist perspective (Book, ) [donkeytime.org]

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Sexuality, Abuse & Hypocrisy in the Black Church / James Hall, Andrew Caldwell

Sexuality and the Black Church

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The issue of sexuality, especially nonhetero expressions of sexuality, is a complex matter within the Black Church community. Even with all of their diversity, Black Church people are regarded as strikingly similar in their attitudes toward non-heterosexual sexualities. They are viewed as not simply homophobic but more homophobic than other populations of society.
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  1. This book probes the conundrum of black sexuality, especially as it relates to black theological silence about sexuality. Douglas aims to understand why.

  2. This book tackles the “taboo” subject of sexuality that has long been avoided by the Black church and community. Douglas argues that this view of Black.

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