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She is Professor of Christian Theology at the University of Winchester and was founding chair of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Sexuality. She co-edits the academic journal Theology and Sexuality.
She has a Jack Russell terrier called "Arthur" who is the toast of the campus.
Her grandfather is Ronald Neil Stuart, VC.
Professor Stuart was consecrated as a Bishop in the Open Episcopal Church (a small, independent grouping within the United Kingdom, whos mother church is The Reformed Liberal Catholic Church (Old Catholic) ) with the title "The Right Reverend Professor Elizabeth Stuart ssb B.A. (Hons), M.A., D. Phil., Dip Pastoral Care. Presiding Bishop of the Diocese of Great Britain & Ireland".
Bishop Stuart has since left 'The Open Episcopal Church' and is now Archbishop for the British Province of the Liberal Catholic Church International and besides a membership of the Theosophical Society, she currently is a member of Le Droit Humaine, International Co-Freeemasonry and was last time I checked, a student of "The Servants of The Light" course based in Jersey.
Her published works include:
- Gay and Lesbian Theologies: Repetitions and Critical Difference
- Just Good Friends: Towards a Lesbian and Gay Theology of Relationships
- Exploding Mystery: A Queer Science of the Sacraments (Queering Theology Studies)
- Daring to Speak Love’s Name
- Religion is a Queer Thing
- Lesbian and Gay Theologies: Repetitions with Critical Difference
Jeffrey John argued against the model proposed in Just Good Friends in his booklet Permanent, Faithful, Stable: Christian Same-Sex Partnerships.
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