Queer Theology Synchroblog

So, the Queer Theology Synchroblog is up and you can still participate in it if you’re interested (instructions on the blog post I’ve just linked to). I am looking forward to reading the rest of the blog posts later and making some comments. The only one I have read so far is Peterson’s Lost Gospel of Thaddeus, which is well worth a look. At a glance I can tell that there are some blogs I will definitely want to be visiting again in the future. Here are the other entries. Happy queer theology  reading! 🙂


The Anarchist Reverend shares his thoughts on the Queer Christ over on the Camp Osiris blog.

Peterson Toscano shares “The Lost Gospel of Thaddeus.”

Shirley-Anne McMillan writes about Mother Christ.

Adam Rao shares why he is not participating in today’s synchroblog.

Kaya Oakes writes about God, the Father/Mother.

Brian Gerald Murphy talks about A God Bigger Than Boxes.

Clattering Bones writes about The Queer God.

Daniel Storrs-Kostakis writes writes about An Icon of God.

Jack Springald writes about Avalokitesvara and queering gender.

Amaryah Shaye Armstrong writes about Inclusion and the Rhetoric of Seduction.

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