Book Discussion

1st Book Discussion Club

Radical Love : An Introduction to Queer Theology (Chinese Edition) 

  • The 1st book discussion club's topic is "Faith, sexuality and love according to Queer Catholics
  • Date: 27, August.
  • Time: 2:30 - 4:30pm
  • Place: KUC fellowship hall
  • Guest speakers: Fr. Chan, queer theologian Teresa Lai Shan Yip. 

 

 

 

2nd Book Discussion Club

Radical Love : An Introduction to Queer Theology (Chinese Edition) 

  • The 2nd book discussion club's topic is "When Theology meets Queer"
  • Date: 25, September.
  • Time: 2:30 - 4:30pm
  • Place: Logos Cuaseway Bay bookhouse
  • 15/F, Congregation House, 119 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
    (Causeway Bay MTR F Exit, 6-minute walk distance)
  • Guest speakers: Prof. John Chan (Alliance

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January 2014 Book Discussion Club on Masturbation and Theology

Author : Miss Ho Ka Ming, theology student, "

Guest Respondent: Dr. Ho Sik Ying

 

The discussion was described as untamed, outburst and the impact of it could be qualified even as a campaign, reported Ka Ming, the author. Guest respondent Sik Ying rendered it as an “historical moment,” since no women would talk about her first-handed experience on masturbation in public, and to her surprise that masturbation could be related

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Book Discussion Club March 11, 2014

Moderator: Dr. Rose Wu, editor of the book

Speakers: Rev. Bok Sha Lun, Anthony Man, Davy Wong  (authors of the book)

Why would a lesbian marry and give birth to a child? It’s because of one thing: stupidity, plus, an extremely twisted personality.

Looking at her name, Grace, one can tell straight away that she was from a Christian family. Her parents and sister are all ministers at church. Her will, ever since she was little, was to have her body cremated

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December 21 Book Discussion Club on Sex, Theology and the Disabled

“I want to have dates, be married and have children, but I don’t think I am legitimate to do so…” Hazel Man was stirred when she first heard this comment from a disabled person while she was studying her Master of Divinity two or three years ago. She came to realize that what was considered normal in a normal person’s social or sexual life is not actually easy to get for the disabled. It is not that the disabled can’t have a

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