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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Priscilla Pope-Levison; John R Levison
|Description:||xxii, 250 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Gender, authority, and the church --
Ideology and experience in the Greek Life of Adam and Eve / John R. (Jack) Levison --
Weaving the sermon: the Wife of Bath's preaching body in the Canterbury Tales / Mikee C. Delony --
Separate spheres and complementarianism in American Christianity: a century's perspective / Priscilla Pope-Levison --
Conversations and intersections: a third-wave feminist approach to gender, Christianity, and theology / Caryn D. Riswold --
pt. 2. Gender, race, and society --
In defense of The Bell Jar: exploring vocation, sexuality, and gender / Theresa J. FitzPatrick --
Multiplying masculinities: an overview of contemporary theories of masculinity / David G. Allen --
Discipleship and identity: a theological consideration of race, gender, and the human situation / Brian Bantum --
Is this the New Girl Order? Representations of post-feminist identities in Sex and the City / Allyson Jule --
pt. 3. Gender, sexuality, and marriage --
(Theology of the) body language: Christopher West as Harlequin 2.0 / Karen Trimble Alliaume --
Toward the ideal of companionate marriage in the plays of William Shakespeare / James G. Dixon III --
Beloved sex: healing shame and restoring the sacred in sexuality / Tina Schermer Sellers --
Impossible promises and broken hearts: sexuality and spirituality in campus culture / Antonios Finitsis.
|Responsibility:||edited by Priscilla Pope-Levison and John R. Levison.|
"Should women be priests? Should women submit to their husbands? Is premarital sex okay? Inflammatory questions such as these have splintered Christianity and polarized the church. In Sex, Gender, and Christianity, a cadre of seasoned college professors offers the modest proposal that honest, fruitful conversations about these questions will take place only if we develop the ability to deal with sex, gender, and the Christian faith with the academic rigor and perspectives of our various disciplines. This volume contributes an unprecedented collection of first-rate articles from a variety of disciplines--from the social sciences to history, from literary criticism to theology--that will challenge college administrators, professors, and students to address fractious questions in an atmosphere of scholarly inquiry"--Publisher description.
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