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Queering Your Spiritual Leadership! | A Fall 2022 ONLINE Graduate Course

by Bernard Schlager

Queering Your Spiritual Leadership! A Fall 2022 (7-week) ONLINE Graduate Course Pacific School of Religion 6:10pm to 9pm (Pacific Time) | Thursdays from 8 September through 20 October 2022   This 1.5-credit online course offers a brief introduction to – and broad overview of – queer spiritual leadership as expressed in the lives, writings, and […]

CLGS Announces Publication of Liberating Gender for Jews and Allies: The Wisdom of Transkeit

by Bernard Schlager

CLGS is proud to announce the publication of Liberating Gender for Jews and Allies: The Wisdom of Transkeit, co-edited by Rabbi Jane Rachel Litman, Coordinator of the CLGS Jewish Roundtable, and Rev. Jakob Hero-Shaw, Coordinator of the CLGS Transgender Roundtable. This extraordinary collection of essays by trans Jews and allies explores cutting-edge ideas about gender […]

Death Is a Drag: A Reflection by Rev. Jakob Hero-Shaw

by Bernard Schlager

Death is a Drag I picked up Tiffani today. A man with kind eyes brought her to me in a black plastic box. He asked me to confirm that the name, date of birth, and other details on the death certificate were right. Technically, legally, all was correct. But none of this was right. How […]

A World AIDS Day Reflection by Rev. Roland Stringfellow, DMin

by CLGSAdminy1

1 December 2021 As we head toward the end of another year living with the Coronavirus, the fear, concern, and caution that we all have grown accustomed to is becoming engrained in our normal daily lives.  Talk about the leftovers from Thanksgiving! Many of us are dealing with the leftovers from the “4 P’s” of […]

Language Matters by Rev. Carla E. Roland Guzmán, PhD

by CLGSAdminy1

Language Matters by Rev. Carla E. Roland Guzmán, PhD | Coordinator, Faith, Family, Equality / The CLGS Latinx Roundtable Recently, in a Bible study, I was described as “literal.”  I was taken aback by this description since I don’t consider myself a literal reader of scripture.  In the continued conversation, what was in fact being meant, […]

Bishop Megan Rohrer is our 12th Annual CLGS Georgia Harkness Lecturer!

by Bernard Schlager

Click here to register for this ONLINE Lecture, which will be offered via Zoom! Trans Theology Without Apology: Using Art and Historical Exegesis to Celebrate Trans Figuration and the Trans Aesthetic in the Bible with Rev. Dr. Megan Rohrer The 12th Annual CLGS Georgia Harkness Lecture ONLINE on Thursday, 14 October 2021, at 6:30pm | Pacific Time Veiled metaphors […]