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Gay Evangelicals: Negotiating a Religious Identity

This case study examines how some conservative evangelical Christians come to terms with their gay orientation. Through a process of socialization facilitated by the gay-affirming evangelical group, Good News, they are enabled to renegotiate the boundaries and definitions of their religious identity to include a positive valuation of homosexuality in a religious environment typically hostile to their sexual orientation. Read this report: http://hirr.hartsem.edu/bookshelf/thumma_article4.html.




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