Diary Of A Gay Priest by Rev. Malcolm Johnson M.D.
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Malcolm Johnson has been an Anglican priest for fifty years working in the East End and in the City of London. Openly gay for most of this time, he has never been far from controversy. As rector of St Botolph Aldgate he was particularly involved with homelessness, HIV/AIDS and education. Because of his counselling and campaigning work for the LGBT community Rabbi Lionel Blue has described him as the Pink Bishop. Diary of a Gay Priest is full of anecdotes and amusing stories. His 44-year relationship with Robert has given him stability and security, but he considers the Church to still be a dangerous place for a gay priest. He remains in it by his eyelashes.
 

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Rev. Dr. Malcolm Johnson is a retired Anglican priest. He has always been open about his sexuality and has lived with his partner for 43 years. He was rector of St Botolph Aldgate for 18 years, a member of the General Synod for 15 years and much involved in gay and HIV work and work with the homeless in London. He lives in Woking, UK.
 
Published August 30, 2013 by Christian Alternative. 230 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Gay & Lesbian. Non-fiction
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