BOOK LAUNCH: Misguided Love: Christians and the Rupture of LGBTQI2+ People
UPDATE: Due to significant interest, this event has been moved to the Knox College Dining Hall — NOTE NEW LOCATION.
When I started this research project about five years ago, it was because I was very deeply concerned about the way sexual and gender minority people are experiencing harm in Christian communities. The book is my attempt to figure out the puzzle of how a faith that professes love can take a path that harms others.
Misguided Love: Christians and the Rupture of LGBTQI2+ People by Prof. Charles Fensham
Monday, February 10, at 7pm
Knox College Dining Hall — NOTE NEW LOCATION
RSVP by February 5 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can’t attend in person? Watch the event via livestream at bit.ly/2020fenshamlaunch.
“A timely, historically robust, strongly worded, and entirely convincing account of the subject.” —Dr. Michael Coren
Dr. Fensham has created a series of introductory videos at bit.ly/IntroMisguidedLove.
Read an interview with Dr. Fensham at knox.utoronto.ca/misguidedlove.
Published by the Journal of Pastoral Care and Counselling and produced by Harvard University Bookstore. Order your copy at shop.harvard.com/misguided-love.
The Rev. Dr. Charles Fensham is Professor of Systematic Theology at Knox College. He is interested in the study of the church (ecclesiology) and its intersection with mission studies and ecology, with a focus on public missiology.