Transfigured

Transfigured


12 Modules

Unit 1 - Trans Track

For people who identify as transgender/nonbinary, this track is written for us. 

In unit one we start at the beginning. Why have some Christians condemned transgender people? We take a look at the very short list of verses used against trans folks, but we don’t stay there for long. We then look at the differences between queer theology and trans theology and the value of doing “theology in the first person”.

This unit lays the groundwork for what we’ll be learning and exploring together throughout the course.

Unit 2 - Trans Track

For people who identify as transgender/nonbinary, this track is written for us. 

In Unit 2 we’re beginning to dip our toes into the water of trans theology by examining those who have come before. In the workbook you’ll find a handy reference guide of Bible passages to check out: these are the ones that are often used to make a case for gender expansiveness in Scripture. You’ll find a sermon by Fr. Shay about the Ethiopian Eunuch, a reflection about not stopping with Biblical defense, and some thoughts from Brian about how trans theology strengthened his faith.

Unit 3 - Trans Track

In this unit we’re going deeper! We’re starting to explore how trans readings of Scripture can bring depth to the text even when the text isn’t about gender. In your workbook for unit 3 you’ll find a sermon about queer and trans bodies and the Ezekiel ‘Dry Bones’ passage, a new sermon about Acts 8 and the Ethiopian Eunuch written to a trans audience (and there’s a bonus video of the sermon as well), and reflections about what it means to do theology without the cis gaze. Then we’ll start reading “Walking Toward Resurrection” and looking at how transition opens up the story of Jesus’ passion.

Unit 4 - Trans Track

In our final unit we have a lot to dig into; some more sections of “Walking Toward Resurrection”, a challenge about being the villain, and some more theological reflections. There is also an exercise about creating a heart centered spirituality.

Unit 1 - Cis Track

This track is for cisgender folks. 

In Unit 1 we start at the beginning. Why have some Christians condemned transgender people? Once we get those verses out of the way we begin to look at what it means to be supportive of and work in solidarity with trans and nonbinary folks.

This unit lays the groundwork for what we’ll be learning and exploring together throughout the course.

Unit 2 - Cis Track

In Unit 2 we’re beginning to dip our toes into the water of trans theology by examining those who have come before. In the workbook you’ll find a handy reference guide of Bible passages to check out: these are the ones that are often used to make a case for gender expansiveness in Scripture. You’ll find a sermon by Fr. Shay about the Ethiopian Eunuch, a reflection about not stopping with Biblical defense, and some thoughts from Brian about how trans theology strengthened his faith.

Unit 3 - Cis Track

In this unit we’re going deeper! We’re starting to explore how trans readings of Scripture can bring depth to the text even when the text isn’t about gender. In your workbook for unit 3 you’ll find a sermon about queer and trans bodies and the Ezekiel ‘Dry Bones’ passage, a new sermon about Acts 8 and the Ethiopian Eunuch written to a trans audience (and there’s a bonus video of the sermon as well), and reflections on how listening to theology from a trans perspective shifted Brian’s faith. Then we’ll start reading “Walking Toward Resurrection” and looking at how transition opens up the story of Jesus’ passion.

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