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Christian Theology and the LGBT Community

Publication Date Jun 17, 2022

Abstract

Many Christians around the world view the LGBT community as people who are deviants. This is because of the teachings of the Christian faith. Among the Christian community in most parts of the world, to be a part of the LGBT community is an open confirmation of a life of sin and immorality. This chapter examines the condemnation of homosexuality in the church vis-à-vis the emerging liberation theology which seeks to liberate itself from the bondage of mainstream theology. The methodology adopted is a literature review of the works of scholars in Christian theology on LGBT. The chapter concludes with a recommendation for an inclusive theology based on salvation and love.

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LGBT Community Christian Theology Christian Community Condemnation Of Homosexuality Inclusive Theology Works Of Scholars Life Of Sin Liberation Theology Christian Faith World View

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