A Place at His Table

A Biblical Exploration of Faith, Sexuality, and the Kingdom of God

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Joel Hollier
  • Eugene, OR: 
    Cascade Books
    , August
     232 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


Across the world, navigating the terrain of sexuality is becoming increasingly difficult. People on all sides of the discussion agree that so much is at stake, but how do we move forward? Into a confusing and often painful debate, A Place at His Table offers clarity, insight, and warmth. Holding firmly to the Bible, Joel Hollier leads us in a journey where we can re-examine traditional understandings, ask fresh questions, and enter a place of welcome for all people in God’s church. Whether you are a leader, pastor, or congregation member who is seeking to love well, this timely book will equip you to enter the discussion in faithful, informed, and nuanced ways.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Joel Hollier is a pastor, chaplain, and writer living in Sydney, Australia. He has degrees in social work and theology and is completing a PhD examining the experiences of LGBT people of faith in the church.


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