On several occasions members of the European Forum give lectures. On the yearly conferences guest give lectures to us. A lot of them are collected here.
Note: copyright of the texts usually are at the author of the lecture!
All God’s Children: Believing, Belonging, Beloved
The first Brenda Harrison Memorial lecture was held on the 6th July 2012 at St Martins in the Field in London, UK. The memorial lecture was being held and organised by the Evangelical Fellowship, Courage and Changing Attitude. Speaker was Rev. Sharon Ferguson about All God's children: Believing, Belonging, Beloved.
Dangerous people’s Human Rights
On Friday morning 6 Mai 2011 the conference began with a lecture of Hans-Joachim Sander from Salzburg. It is titled Dangerous people’s Human Rights. The political-theological importance of heterotopic human beings. The lecture can be found here as a pdf.
Can Muslims be Gay or Lesbian? – or: Can Lesbians and Gays be Muslims?
A theological re-interpretation of love and partnership in the Qur'an, Sura 30:20-21
A summary of the panel on Interreligious Dialogue and LGBT from Andreas Ismail Mohr
Does homosexuality challenge the doctrine of the Church?
This lecture was held by Vesa Hirvonen, Adjunct Professor, University of Helsinki during the Symposium “To Follow the Law of Love” at the Finnish University of Helsinki on May 22nd 2009
Re-thinking and Re-doing Gender in Churches and Theology
This lecture was held by Kerstin Söderblom at the European Forum in Riga, Latvia on May 24th 2006. Kerstin presents a very personal approach to a difficult matter.