Incorporating Queer, Housing Insecure Perspectives into Eucharistic Theology
This paper uses queer systematic theology and theological anthropology to argue that the Christian Eucharistic tradition is one of radical table fellowship rooted in desire for intimacy with the margins. Including queer people, the issues facing the community, and queer theory at the Eucharistic table therefore requires that we take homelessness seriously and consider alternative approaches to economic justice.
How to Cite
Kozee, B. A. (2021). Incorporating Queer, Housing Insecure Perspectives into Eucharistic Theology. Lumen Et Vita, 11(2), 19-30. https://doi.org/10.6017/lv.v11i2.13727