Monthly Archives: October 2017

Queerness, Embodied Shame, and Saying “no” to Marriage

Last year, a friend–gay and Muslim like myself–asked me when I was getting married. I was taken aback. I could have kept it a joke. A classic defense mechanism for uncomfortable conversations. But I realized at that moment that the … Continue reading

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Resurrection before resurrection

The altar was a home where belonging was never settled, around which every space and no space was for those in love with God’s body, every place and no place for loving Christ with all our hearts and all our … Continue reading

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