A Time to Seek: Study Guide on Sexual and Gender Diversity offers a concise review of current sociological, public health and scientific data regarding sexual orientation and gender. It also considers key Scriptural passages in light of contemporary understandings of sexual and gender diversity. The guide is designed for individual or group study, with discussion questions aimed at specific religious concerns, such as the interpretation of Scripture, the role of LGBT persons in faith communities, and the recognition of same-sex unions.
Bible, Gender, Sexuality: Reframing the Church’s Debate on Same-Sex Relationships by Dr. James Brownson, Professor of New Testament at Western Theological Seminary. Bible, Gender, Sexuality seeks to discern the moral logic that undergirds specific biblical passages that refer to human sexuality. The book contains an extensive bibliography.
What God Has Joined Together? : A Christian Case for Gay Marriageby David G. Myers, Letha Dawson Scanzoni. Additional information about this book, including excerpts and interviews can be found on Professor Myers’ website.
Queer Theology (Also Home to the paid membership Sanctuary Collective) is a bevy of resources for clergy, parents, and LGBTQ+ individuals seeking the true message of love and inclusion from their church. On Facebook Watch, many previously recorded videos can be accessed, and the Queer Theology Podcast is accessible on a variety of streaming platforms.
The Word Made Queer is a collection of Bible based queer positive essays, stories and resources assembled by a large group of contributors, many of whom are seminary students.
The Reformation Project has a free brief rundown of the Biblical case for LGBTQ inclusion, and a larger paid 20 module course developed by Executive Director Matthew Vines.
The Disrupt Worship Project Biblical Commentary page is a blog contributed to by a group of clergy, sorted by Revised Common Lectionary.
Our Bible App is a progressive, faith based app that contains multiple translations of the Bible, devotionals and podcasts published by a variety of contributors and access to chatrooms– all free! A premium subscription, which is $4.99 a month gives users unlimited access to the full devotional library and access to Pass the Salt, an exclusive OBA podcast.
St. Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church maintains a page answering what the Bible says about LGBTQIA+ people on their website.