Faith and Fairness

Faith and Fairness:
Finding Strength and Tools for Advocacy in Your Faith Tradition
Please join us for a spirit-filled dialogue about gay, lesbian,
bisexual, and transgender people and reclaiming faith.

Sunday, June 1
2:30 - 4:30 p.m.

University of Toledo
College of Law
1780 Secor Road
Toledo, OH 43606

Keynote Speaker: Rev. Dr. Miguel De La Torre
Rev. Dr. Miguel De La Torre is associate professor of Social
Ethics at Iliff School of Theology and director of Iliff's
Justice and Peace Institute in Denver, CO. He has published more
than a dozen books, including the award-winning "Reading the
Bible from the Margins" (2002), "Re-imagining Christian
Sexuality" (2007), and "Liberating Jonah: Toward a Biblical
Ethics of Reconciliation" (2007).

Panel Speakers:
Rev. Dr. Margaret Mallory
Pastor of St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Toledo, OH, and
former District Superintendent of the Toledo District of the
United Methodist Church

Dr. Joseph M. Gentilini
Roman Catholic layman, former Board Member, Dignity/Columbus;
Board Member - Dominican Learning Center, Columbus.

Ms. Brynna Fish
Jewish educator and social activist; Founding member of Chevrei
Tikva; Coordinator of Cleveland Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Pride
Festival.

Moderator: Harry Knox, Director of the HRC Religion and Faith
Program.

Co-Sponsors:
Human Rights Campaign Foundation
Equality Toledo
Equality Ohio

Central United Methodist Church, Toledo
First Presbyterian Church, Bowling Green
Holy Cross Reformed Catholic Church
Open Door Community Church, Findlay
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Toledo
St. Lucas Lutheran Church, Toledo
Salem Lutheran Church, Toledo
Spectrum of the University of Toledo
The Village Church -
(United Church of Christ), Toledo
Trinity Episcopal Church, Toledo
Union for Reform Judaism, Northeast Lakes Council/Detroit
Federation
Unity of Toledo

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Depending on how you define "fair", by looking at the panel speakers and the list of sponsors, I doubt very seriously that this event will be fair.

This list of sponsors all subscribe to some form of the theology of, "the Fatherhood of God, the Brotherhood of man, and the neighborhood of Greenwich Village." To put it another way, conservatives have been excluded by their choice or by being uninvited to join the panel.

No Doubt that this list consists of people who claim to serve Christ but blatantly ignore His word on issues of sexuality. I belive the Bible calls them false prophets and anti-christs.....wait....let me check....yep, that's what it says.

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