Crossing Over: Liberating the Transgendered Christian
Pilgrim Press, 2001 - 157 páginas
In Crossing Over, Vanessa Sheridan reflects on her experience and the experiences of other in order to describe the realities and dispel the myths about those who are trangendered. She urges the church to move beyond "compassionate condemnation" to embrace trangendered individuals into the full life and ministry of the church. Using tenets of liberation theology, she encourages those who are transgendered to seek sources of spiritual strength and join the struggle for justice in the church and in the larger society.
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