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This section takes a wider look at materials relating to disability, church and faith. There are personal and church testimonies, suggestions and reviews of books that might be of interest, new articles exploring theological questions about disability, and some links to previously published articles.
  
Click here if you have questions or would like to contact our Disability Justice Hub Theology Group.
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Identifying some of the implications this understanding has for churches and disabled people
A model providing a fruitful way of understanding both disability and how disabled and non-disabled people can participate together to build inclusive church communities
A model identifying disability as a result of attitudes and actions by the majority, non-disabled group, which discriminate against members of the minority disabled group
Identifying some of the implications this understanding has for churches and disabled people
The origins of the UK Social Model of Disability lie in the 1970s and 1980s with the work of academics, some of whom were disabled.
Identifying some of the implications this understanding has for churches and disabled people
The Medical Model of Disability was first described in the 1970’s to describe how disability has generally been understood since the rise of modern medicine in the eighteenth century.
Introducing this series of articles exploring a number of different ways that disability is understood
A personal experience by Martin Hobgen
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How the language we use shapes our understanding of disability by Martin Hobgen
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A personal testimony by Martin Hobgen
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A Commentary - review by Martin Hobgen
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Disability, Timefullness, and Gentle Discipleship - review by Martin Hobgen
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A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion - review by Martin Hobgen
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A Blind Person's Conversations with the Bible - review by David McLachlan
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A theology of disability and hospitality - review by David McLachlan
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Toward a Liberatory Theology of Disability - review by David McLachlan
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Articles written by members of our Disability Justice Hub
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Previously published stories from the Baptist Times
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Book reviews to inform your reading
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From churches and individuals
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Theological papers for wider reading
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The Models of Disability and their implications for churches, by Martin Hobgen
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God and the male brain - part three By Craig Millward
God and the male brain - part two By Craig Millward
God and the male brain - part one By Craig Millward
The Church and individuals on the autistic spectrum By Craig Millward
Testimonies, theological papers, book reviews
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Testimonies, theological papers, book reviews
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The Models of Disability and their implications for churches, by Martin Hobgen
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Theological papers for wider reading
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From churches and individuals
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Book reviews to inform your reading
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Previously published stories from the Baptist Times
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Articles written by members of our Disability Justice Hub
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