Fractured Faith/Uncommon Hope: AIDS and the Church

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Title

Fractured Faith/Uncommon Hope: AIDS and the Church

Description

According to Joshua Love, AIDS challenges the very limits of human compassion and endurance. From its debut as a misunderstood killer of people on the margins to its modern incarnation as a destructive catalyst of change for millions of lives, AIDS has required that people infected and affected by the disease delve deep into their physical, emotional, and spiritual resources for survival. AIDS' global impact rivals and exceeds that of wars and natural disasters. The impact of AIDS fractures relationship with the body, the community, and faith, requiring radical acts of healing and restoration. AIDS is a walk of the spirit, an exploration of faith, and a confrontation of our most palpable humanity. A single human strength keeps AIDS from overwhelming the lives of all who it touches, uncommon hope. Gregory Lecture by Joshua Love, February 14, 2008. Digital video recording (mp4); digital audio recording (mp3) also available. Duration: 46 minutes.

Creator

Love, Joshua

Publisher

Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Theological Seminary

Date

2008

Rights

(c) Joshua Love; posted by permission

Subject

AIDS (Disease)
Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches

Type

Video
Audio

Format

digital video (MP4)
digital audio (MP3)

Language

English

Duration

00:46:01

Bit Rate/Frequency

96kbps

Collection

Citation

Love, Joshua, “Fractured Faith/Uncommon Hope: AIDS and the Church,” Lancaster Theological Seminary Digital Archive , accessed December 11, 2017, http://archive.lancasterseminary.edu/items/show/72.

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