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Natalie Buck prepares for graduation from Candler this May. Photos courtesy of Natalie Buck. Global Mission Fellows are young adults, ages 20—30, who are committed to working in social justice ministries for two years. They serve outside of their home communities, either in the United States or overseas. Buck was led to apply to the program to develop a more profound sense of justice and living in solidarity with others. One class that is required at Candler is Mission.

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Caring for and loving one another as we live into our diversity as a denomination are pillars of The United Methodist Church.

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For those interested in educating themselves with a variety of viewpoints and seeking to create a space for understanding, we offer this collection of books written by United Methodist leaders and laypersons. Published by Abingdon Press from the Faultlines collection,this book examines the deep disagreement about what The United Methodist Church should teach about homosexuality, same gender marriage, and the ordination of LGBTQ persons.

In this revised edition updated following the Special Session, the book is deed to help readers understand the debate and what it means for the present and the future.

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The book, which includes a leader guide, can be used as a four-part small group study. In this book, Dr. Mark Ongley, United Methodist minister and author, seeks to begin a biblically grounded and theologically informed discussion of the gift of sexuality, addressing sexual brokenness in many forms and the path to true healing.

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Howard A. Snyder, seminar professor, pastor and author, addresses a variety of questions about homosexuality in the context of scripture. The book also addresses how Christians and the church should respond to the topic of homosexuality. United Methodist Matthew Vines shares his story as a young gay man navigating relationships with his family, his hometown church, and the Christian church at large as he expresses what it means to be a faithful gay Christian.

In addition to sharing his experiences, the book is the result of years of intensive research into what the Bible says about homosexuality.

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Steve Harper, United Methodist pastor, seminary professor and author, examines the teaching of the Bible and Wesleyan tradition on human sexuality, making a constructive case that biblical, Christian teaching is compatible with faithful, covenantal love and intimacy amid all sexual orientations.

Author Michael B. Regele challenges the premise of some church leaders who assert that same-sex practices are incompatible with Christian teaching. Regele explores current scientific findings in biological brain research, psychology, and sociology, which he compares with scriptural teaching from the Bible, to show that a faithful reading of the Scriptures is consistent with Christian teaching that affirms same-sex love leading to same-sex marriage and full participation of LGBT people in church leadership.

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Pamela R. Lightsey, United Methodist clergy and author, explores the impact of multiple oppressions experienced by Black Queer women. Tennent examines topics like marriage, family, singleness, and friendship, and he looks at how the human body has been objectified in art and media today.

He also offers a framework for discipling people today in a Christian theology of the body.

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As John Wesley discovered his true spiritual identify, he experienced a strangely warmed heart. Karen P. Oliveto, United Methodist bishop and author, shares poignant stories and well-reasoned principles to disclose why and how spiritual renewal and a personal call to ministry emerge in the strangely warmed hearts of lesbian and gay Christians.

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United Methodist J. Warren, a seminary student, continues his call to reaffirm that the Church be welcoming to all, including young queer people. The book focuses on practical and positive steps for ing voices, being heard, building bridges, and working together for young people to reclaim Church in their lives.

Adam Hamilton, United Methodist pastor and author, examines why young adults increasingly are opting out of Christianity and the church. Christians are the reason, Hamilton writes.

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When young adults talk about the problems they have with Christianity and the church, they often name certain attitudes and behaviors they believe are practiced too often by Christians: judging others, condemning people of other faiths, rejecting science, injecting politics into faith, and being anti-homosexual. Hamilton addresses the issues and how and why Christians can get it right when it comes to being Christ in the world.

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The books were compiled by United Methodist Communications staff. Media contact is Joe Iovino.

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