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We will discover that these perspectives are only partially adequate, which will lead us to the limits model as an alternate way to attend to the experience of disability. Models of Disability Medical or Functional-Limitation Model As suggested previously, disability may be best seen less as a precise category (where one either is or is not disabled) and more as a broad descriptive term for a cluster of somewhat related experiences or situations. Two distinct models for this cluster can be identified in the literature of disability studies.

Limits are not an unusual experience and might even be considered an intrinsic element of being human. Some limits are more profound than others, and many are not accommodated by our physical and social environment, but I argue that limits are more common than we typically consider them to be. We must recognize the existence and prevalence of limits and begin with disability or limits as central to our theoretical and theological reflection rather than as exceptions. The limits model proposed in this work attempts to do just that: to start with the human variations of ability as the norm, and to build theory and theology from that starting place.

This unwillingness to think all the way through accessibility issues may betray implicit assumptions: for example, that there would be no reason for a person in a wheelchair to need access to the lectern. Beyond issues of architecture, pastors and other worship leaders still perpetuate unrealistic images of people with disabilities as either pitiful or inspirational. ”8 When people with disabilities have been considered at all, they have historically been looked at as symbols of sin (to be avoided), images of saintliness (to be admired), signs of God’s limited power or capriciousness (to be pondered), or personifications of suffering (to be pitied)—very rarely are people with disabilities considered first as people.

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