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We cannot learn our way to liberation.


reading and conversation can be important parts of unlearning the harmful stories we have been taught about ourselves, the world, good and evil, freedom, God/Spirit, and so many other teachings we have received. Through unlearning we create space for all kinds of new learnings that can lead us to new ways of being and doing in the world. Let's (un)learn together.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ELCA Liberation Affirming LGBTQIA+ Queer Theology Christian Christianity

Upcoming Opportunities

Deconstruct/Reconstruct Bible Study

A lot of the theologies we learn, both implicitly and explicitly, are incredibly harmful to us as individuals, to our families and communities, and to society as a whole. If you are interested in figuring out how to hold on to your faith and how to encounter scripture in a way that is liberating rather than oppressive, this is for you. We'll talk about how we read scripture, translations, interpretations, and dig in to the stories and theologies you want to (un)learn. From gender, sex and sexuality to alternate theologies of atonement to what Relveation is really about, we'll get into it all  Time and location will be decided by those who wish to attend once we have enough people signed up.


Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ELCA Liberation Affirming LGBTQIA+ Queer Theology Christian Christianity

Liberation Theology Book Group

“The scandal is that the gospel means liberation, that this liberation comes to the poor, and that it gives them the strength and the courage to break the conditions of servitude.” -Dr. James H. Cone, God of the Oppressed

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ELCA Exvangelical LGBTQIA+ Christian Spirituality

Most American Christians have little exposure to the depth and breadth of Christian liberation theologies. Black Liberation, Womanist, Latin-American, Asian, Queer, Disabled, Feminist, Eco... these are some of the theologies that exist under the category of Liberation Theology. At it's heart, Liberation Theology is the idea that God has a preferential option for the poor and marginalized. Liberation Theologies stand against the God of capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy, nationalism, and all of the powers and principalities intent on oppression and destruction. Come read with us and have your heart and mind blown open to new ways of thinking about God and faith.

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