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Udis-Kessler, Amanda (b. 1965)
Amanda is a writer, musician, sociologist and educator and currently lives in Colorado Springs, CO. Amanda’s essays on bisexuality, feminism, homophobia, and religion have appeared in more than ten books and a number of journals. Amanda is an award-winning hymn writer and composer. Other hymns of hers have been published in the hymnal supplement, Sing Justice, Do Justice.
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