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E 205 Being Disabled, Being Human: Challenging Society’s Perception of Disability and Personhood

£2.77

The world of disability and chronic conditions is as diverse and nuanced as humanity itself. Yet the lived experience of many disabled people is that of being treated as somehow ‘lesser’—politically, economically, socially and even theologically.

This booklet explores the daily reality of living as a disabled person within the confines of the non-disabled world. And after the restrictions and opportunities of the COVID-19 pandemic, it issues a challenge to make church a more open and accessible place for everyone.

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Author: Katie Tupling

Katie Tupling is an Anglican priest, disability adviser and co-founder of the online task group Disability and Jesus. She was born with cerebral palsy, and is the proud owner of purple crutches, a purple wheelchair and a red mobility scooter.

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