Thursday, July 19, 2007

A new book An Acceptable Sacrifice: Homosexuality and the Church from SPCK is reviewed in the TLS by Archbishop John Hapgood. Its not pc but I always want to know if any of the articles are written by us glbt folk since I strongly oppose being the object of the discussion rather than the one doing the interrogation of the text. I can't tell from the review but perhaps someone else can?

4 comments:

knicksgrl0917 said...

hey! i'm going to cali this weekend and won't be back until september...here is the website i was talking about where i made extra summer cash. Later! the website is here

johnieb said...

I don't know who's "one of us" these days myself, but I affirm anyone's wish not to be the object of interrogation unless they also be the interrogators. Who is choosing whom to be asked what, after all?

I find this objectionable, but it's also personal and emotional for me; I was an Interrogator in Vietnam.

Deirdre said...

Thank you John for your comment

johnieb said...

You're most welcome.

Elements not Stages of Grief from the NY Review of Books

Jessica Weisberg Elisabeth K├╝bler-Ross later applied the same five stages she identified in the process of dying—denial, anger, bargaini...