IN THE NEWS
Dec. 23 – At Believe Out Loud, read Chris' Nativity Stories.
Nov. 18 – Historical perspective about Chris' early activism in the soon-to-be-released book, Queer Clergy: A History of Gay and Lesbian Ministry in American Protestantism by R.W. Holmen.
Nov. 13 – At Believe Out Loud, read Glaser's Honoring LGBT Veterans.
Oct. 22 – Steadfast Love by Chris at Believe Out Loud.
Oct. 2 – At Believe Out Loud, "Hospitality: Our Christian Mission" by Chris.
Aug. 28 – Read "Bayard Rustin Speaks" by Chris at Believe Out Loud.
July 15 – Check out "Striving For Perfection" at Believe Out Loud.
June 26 – Glaser posts begin appearing on the website Believe Out Loud with "Pride Is Faith."
May 13 – Letter in The New York Times about a health benefit provided by Glaser's dog, Hobbes.
May – Presbyterian Promise invited Chris to write a letter encouraging his 17-year-old self as a young gay Christian. Click here and scroll down to two such articles.
March – Chris Glaser's post two years ago on 99 Brattle, the blog of Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA, is the most read post in the blog's archive. Three recent posts have reflected on his original post, Do Progressive Christians Pray?
Feb. 22 – Highlighted in Brian McNaught's article on Religious LGBT Folk Are Unsung Heroes.
Jan. 2 – At Huffington Post, God Is Not a Control Freak by Rev. Chris Glaser.
Dec. 7 – Addressing the Senate rejection of the U.N. treaty on fair treatment of people with disabilities, as well as the fiscal cliff debate, Pushing Tiny Tim Over Fiscal Cliff, by Chris at Huffington Post.
Oct. 11 – Check out Flag Pins & Crosses: "Mine Is Bigger than Yours!" by Chris posted at Huffington Post.
Sept. 11 – Read Chris' Huffington Post column That's My Kind of Church! about the Democratic National Convention and more broadly, inclusive institutions.
Aug. 27 – Individualism may be consistent with atheism, but not with Christianity. Huffington Post, Rev. Chris Glaser: Ayn Rand Was Consistent.
Jul. 7 – Check out Chris' Huffington Post column, Anderson Cooper, Welcome to the Club!
Jul. 3 – Read Glaser's Huffington Post column, Modern Marriage Is Not Biblical.
Jun. 5 – The Los Angeles Times quoted Chris in their article, West Hollywood parish leaves Presbyterian Church over gay rights.
Jun. 1 – The Bilerico Project published Chris' column, Is Marriage Sacred?
Oct. 22 – Pittsburgh Presbytery cancels appearance by gay advocate after the Task Force on Ministry with Sexual Minorities had asked Chris speak at the Dec. 10 meeting on the future of gay ordination in the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Sept. 26 – The Bilerico Project published Chris' column, Spiritual Rage, about the "pervasive spiritual abuse that virtually all LGBT people have endured."
Feb. 16 – Read Robert Taylor's interview of Chris from Life Lessons from Death?
Nov. 10 – The New Gay, Facing Your Past, in Print, by Bikram Kohli about Chris' newest book release, The Final Deadline: What Death Has Taught Me About Life.
Nov. 8 – Examining death, including the one I caused, a review by Mark S. King of Chris' book, The Final Deadline: What Death Has Taught Me About Life. Also published at The Bilerico Project and Georgia Voice. Now featured on The Body website, The Complete HIV/AIDS Resource.
Aug. 7 – Photo gallery of Chris (on left) with Atlanta clergy during the Love + Commitment = Marriage counter-protest to the National Organization for Marriage rally in Atlanta. Read the news story (especially "Clergy collars") at Project Q Atlanta. Also view on Facebook.
Feb. 18 -- In The Philadelphia Gay News, Chris at the Feb. 12 interfaith breakfast, William Way LGBT Community Center.
Feb. 9 -- In Philadelphia City Paper, Chris to speak at Feb. 12 interfaith breakfast on same-gender marriage.
Nov. 1 -- Click image below to watch video of Chris at Atlanta Pride:
Oct. 2 -- From Southern Voice, read Chris' editorial, Marriage equality's spiritual side [PDF].
Sept. 22 -- On the radio, Alternative Perspectives, produced by Betty Couvertier, WRFG, 89.3 FM. Listen to the podcast.
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