Podcast Episode 11: Queer, Christian, and Latina

The eleventh episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast is the second in our special series of conversations #QueerAndChristian. Rev. Dr. Jermaine McDonald, managing editor of Symposium Ethics, chats with Jessica Vazquez Torres about her experiences being Queer, Christian, and Latina.

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Podcast Episode Nine: Queer and Christian with Joseph Wiinikka-Lydon

In the ninth episode of the Symposium Ethics podcast, host Jermaine McDonald begins a series of conversations with Queer Christian scholars, activists, and clergy about what it means to be both queer and Christian. This episode features a conversation with with Dr. Joseph Wiinikka-Lydon, Assistant Professor of Religion at Birmingham-Southern College.

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Introducing Podcast Series ‘Queer And Christian’

Introducing a new Symposium Ethics podcast series where scholars, activists, and theologians discuss traversing Queer and Christian identities, hosted by Rev. Dr. Jermaine McDonald.

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Here is What I Know – God Loves LGBTQ People

James McCarty III reflects on the Orlando massacre to declare that God loves all LGBTQ people. Full stop.

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What to do with Yoder? – The Internal Struggle of a Former Student

Claire Hein Blanton’s commentary, “Pacifists Should Disengage from Yoder,” addresses a question with which I have wrestled over the last

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Eboni Marshall Turman on Toward a Womanist Ethic of Incarnation

Angela Sims asks Eboni Marshall Turman ‘Five Questions’ about Turman’s book Towards a Womanist Ethic of Incarnation.

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Making Peace with Our Saints?

Myles Werntz discusses whether and how we can begin “Making Peace with Our Saints” when their personal sins contradicting their witness come to light.

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Applied Ethicist for a Mainline Denomination

When I earned my PhD in Christian Ethics from Emory University in 2006, I assumed I would enter a tenure

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The Sexual Violence of Male Pacifists

When I was a younger man I was discerning a call to ministry while working as a military contractor. As

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