LGBT History Month: In Conversation with Revd Jarel Robinson-Brown

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Thursday 17 February 2022 | 6pm | Hybrid | Free

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Join us (online or in person) for a conversation with Revd Jarel Robinson Brown as we discuss his book ‘Black, Gay, British, Christian, Queer: The Church and the Famine of Grace’.

In his book, Jarel discusses the place of Christian faith and Christian theology as it relates to the Black Queer body and explores how what the Church says about the grace of God often contradicts the lived experience of Black British LGBTQ+ Christians. He calls this disconnect in experience the result of a ‘famine of grace’ in the Church, and offers this work as a way of reflecting on what God really has to say about Black Queer bodies today.

Jarel Robinson-Brown is Vice-Chair of OneBodyOneFaith a global Christian charity committed to the full inclusion of LGBT+ Christians and their empowerment. He most recently served as Associate Chaplain at King’s College London and is a graduate in theology from both Cardiff and Durham Universities. His most recent book is on Black British Queer Bodies and the theology of Grace.