God's Rainbow Promise

God's Rainbow Promise

by Lauri Kerr

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Overview

God's Rainbow Promise is a book that looks at the issue of human sexuality through the lens of the three-legged stool that the Anglican Church has used for centuries. The legs of the stool are represented by the areas of scripture, tradition, and reason. This book is meant to provide a start for a group to begin a conversation with each other. It emphasizes that God made the promise of the Rainbow to all Noah's descendants. This is one of the reasons that the symbol of the rainbow became a symbol for the homosexual community to recognize safe places. Please make the place you meet to discuss this book with others a safe place for all.

My prayer for those who read God's Rainbow Promise is that they will come away with an appreciation for the opinion of the other, and that we are all God's children, and that there is strength in diversity. Above all, I pray that we live into the summation of God's law found in Matthew chapter 22, by loving God with all of our heart, with all of our mind, and all of our soul, and loving our neighbor as ourselves.



The Rev. Lauri Kerr grew up on a dairy farm in North Central Pennsylvania. Received a BA in Psychology from Mansfield University and a Master's in Organizational Leadership from Mansfield University. Attended and graduated from Virginia Theological Seminary, she was ordained as an Episcopal Priest on December 12, 2001. She severed several small parishes during her 17 years of ordained ministry. She currently serves the three parishes of GLEAM (Greater Lycoming Episcopal Area Ministry).

Rev. Kerr has been with her wife Mary since 2002. She enjoys golf and bowling. Her main hobbies are collecting Elvis memorabilia and being a movie buff. Rev. Kerr has travelled to Israel and Myanmar. These experiences of overseas travel and life experience of having Turner syndrome and being a lesbian have led her to be a fierce advocate for inclusivity within the Episcopal Church.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781644927656
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 01/16/2019
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.08(d)

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