Coming Out, Coming Home: Making Room for Gay Spirituality in Therapy
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What is reincarnation? How many lifetimes in an ego? Burr Extinguishing the Light by B. Hartman Wrestling with Jesus by D. This was the second edition of this book. Toby Johnson's titles are available in other ebook formats from Smashwords. The exoteric aspect of a religion comprises the beliefs, doctrines, rituals and cultural practices of the people as well as the hierarchy and institutions that have grown up around the religious tradition. Gay religion and gay spirituality, too, have exoteric and esoteric aspects.
The way to address the elitism is to understand it as moral obligation and vocation and not as social superiority. This can make us outlaws or service providers; it can make us spiritual seers. Burr , is about exoteric religion and its response to homosexuality as a fact of human life. It is a wonderful book.
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Burr is not only a therapist, he is a Baptist minister, albeit a very progressive Baptist minister, and his presentation of gay issues is written within a church context. In fact, it is a statement of exactly how most of us gay men and lesbians who pay attention to religion would want the religions to understand homosexuality. Burr is a straight man, and he is a right-thinking straight man who has correctly understood both what homosexuality is and how the teachings of Jesus should apply in that psychologically-sophisticated reality. The book is a presentation of what he found, replete with case histories and personal reports.
What he found will ring true to all of who have thought about these issues from the gay side. This is a book that every Catholic priest and Pope! I just mentioned Catholic priests, Christian ministers and practitioners of any other religious traditions. He really breaks the stereotype of the narrow-minded Baptist, and he does it with sensitivity and respect for all traditions.
This is how the straight world ought to think about the gay world.