Gender & Sexuality Justice Ministries hosts a month-long webinar series focusing on intentional dialogue with LGBTQIA+ individuals to learn more about the state of this moment and how we can collectively offer care and just action together.
Continuing our Love is Louder series we’ll spend time with Erin Green who serves as the Campus and Alumni Organizer for REAP (Religious Exemption Accountability Project). In this series episode we’ll explore the intersections of education and LGBTQIA+ experiences. This conversation will help widen our perspectives on the various ways LGBTQIA+ experiences can be oppressed throughout different systems and ways you can engage supportively!
Erin Green (She/They) is the Campus and Alumni Organizer for REAP. They are an affirming biblical scholar and LGBTQ+ activist. Erin has a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Azusa Pacific University and an M.Div. from San Francisco Theological Seminary. Their specialties are in the entire Christian biblical corpus with an emphasis on the Hebrew Bible, the ancient Near East, exegesis, and how to employ various hermeneutical methods. Erin’s passion is helping those excluded by the church to heal from spiritual abuse and trauma by navigating the biblical text in restorative ways.
Erin is best known for their work in supporting LGBTQ+ students on conservative, Christian university campuses and in religious spaces.