Sexuality and the Christian body : their way into the triune God / Eugene F. Rogers, Jr.

By: Rogers, Eugene F
Material type: TextTextSeries: Challenges in contemporary theologyPublisher: Oxford ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, 1999Description: ix, 303 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0631210695 (alk. paper); 0631210709 (pbk.)Subject(s): Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | TrinityDDC classification: 233/.5 LOC classification: BR115.H6 | R64 1999
Contents:
The politics of the people of God -- The identity of the people of God: contrary to nature -- The holiness of the people of God: monogamy and monasticism -- The storied context of the vice against nature: retrieving a narrative -- Nature and justice when science and scripture conflict: retrieving a traditional hermeneutics -- Karl Barth on Jews and gender: a preliminary critique -- Unintended abstraction in Barth's doctrine of Israel: retrieving a doctrine of the spirit -- Unintended abstraction in Barth's account of gender: retrieving co-humanity -- Creation, procreation, and the glory of the triune God -- Eros and philanthropy -- The shape of the body and the shape of grace -- Hostility and hospitality -- The narrative of providence and a charge for a wedding.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [276]-292) and indexes.

The politics of the people of God -- The identity of the people of God: contrary to nature -- The holiness of the people of God: monogamy and monasticism -- The storied context of the vice against nature: retrieving a narrative -- Nature and justice when science and scripture conflict: retrieving a traditional hermeneutics -- Karl Barth on Jews and gender: a preliminary critique -- Unintended abstraction in Barth's doctrine of Israel: retrieving a doctrine of the spirit -- Unintended abstraction in Barth's account of gender: retrieving co-humanity -- Creation, procreation, and the glory of the triune God -- Eros and philanthropy -- The shape of the body and the shape of grace -- Hostility and hospitality -- The narrative of providence and a charge for a wedding.

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