I have been re-reading Elisabeth Stuart's wonderful "Gay & Lesbian Theologies: Repetitions With Critical Difference", which presents a 'genealogy' of the changing approaches by self-identified lesbian & gay theologians, culminating in the last two chapters with a discussion of "Queer theology". It was these latter two chapters that I was particularly interested in.
As I went through Stuart's rundown of the leading figures in the development of Queer Theology, I found myself excited by the description of almost all, and planning on adding them to my 'Wish List', which I have now done. I thought I would share with you why. The notes below are super - brief descriptions of the key ideas that caught my interest, and the books, as reported by Stuart, that hold them.