In this episode, we answer a listener question asking for a possible lead on a devotional specifically created for queer married couples because most devotionals they’ve found are super “straight”.
We then queered a text from Psalm 133 that talks about families having to live together. Queer folks know the difficulty of feeling they need to stay in the closet just to keep their families intact. Tune in to find out what we think of this text and how it should be interpreted.
- Fr. Shay’s COVID vaccine update [1:05]
- Brian dealing with a loss of a chosen family [2:15]
- Listener question asking about devotionals for queer married couples [8:12]
- Why we love queering theology [9:31]
- Understand your intention in finding a queer specific devotional [10:34]
- Aside from the Bible, read other books on relationships [12:56]
- Queering the text from Psalm [15:10]
- Fr. Shay taking on this text in a negative way [15:47]
- Know the real intention of a verse such as this [17:57]
- Families in different forms [19:39]
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Look at how good and pleasing it is
when families live together as one!
It is like expensive oil poured over the head,
running down onto the beard—
which extended over the collar of his robes.
It is like the dew on Mount Hermon
streaming down onto the mountains of Zion,
because it is there that the Lord has commanded the blessing: