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Christian Sex, Christian Ethics – By Marvin M. Ellison

Christian Sex, Christian Ethics – By Marvin M. Ellison

Marvin M. Ellison October 27, 2015 0

Marvin M. Ellison on Jung and Stephens’s Professional Sexual Ethics When it comes to sex and sexuality, Christians are often at their worst: fearful yet fixated, discomforted by difference, reactive and punitive, rigid and judgmental,

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Conversations in Black: Alexander G. Weheliye

Conversations in Black: Alexander G. Weheliye

Monica Miller & Christopher Driscoll September 1, 2015 0

Monica Miller and Christopher Driscoll talk with Alexander G. Weheliye about the world of Man, racializing assemblages, and the black body.   ※ Dr. Alexander G. Weheliye is Professor of African American Studies and English and Director of Graduate

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MRBlog | What We Can Learn From ISIS’s Campaign Against “Sexual Deviance”

MRBlog | What We Can Learn From ISIS’s Campaign Against “Sexual Deviance”

Thomas J. Whitley February 18, 2015 0

By Thomas J. Whitley In my first post for the MRBlog, I looked at the way the language we use to describe a group such as ISIS is often self-serving and used to discredit a

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A Deep Earthquake: Late Antique Sexuality and the Rise of Christianity – By Susanna Drake

A Deep Earthquake: Late Antique Sexuality and the Rise of Christianity – By Susanna Drake

Susanna Drake January 20, 2015 0

Susanna Drake on Kyle Harper’s From Shame to Sin Anyone who has ever visited an exhibit of ancient Greek or Roman art is familiar with the ubiquity of erotic imagery in ancient visual culture. Sexual

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On Desiring God: A New Take on Feminist Theology – By Frances Young

On Desiring God: A New Take on Feminist Theology – By Frances Young

Frances Young December 9, 2014 0

Frances Young on Sarah Coakley’s God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay ‘On the Trinity’ Feminism and “patristics” (now often renamed early Christian studies) have not had an easy relationship. The very fact that the

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First Impressions #20: Amy DeRogatis

First Impressions #20: Amy DeRogatis

Arthur Remillard October 14, 2014 0

Art Remillard talks with Amy DeRogatis about her new book, Saving Sex: Sexuality and Salvation in American Evangelicalism. DeRogatis is Associate Professor of Religion and American Culture at Michigan State University

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Christian Sexual Slander – By Taylor Petrey

Christian Sexual Slander – By Taylor Petrey

Taylor Petrey September 30, 2014 0

Taylor Petrey on Susanna Drake’s Slandering the Jew The history of Christian anti-Judaism has become an important scholarly topic in the last half century, arising primarily in the wake of the Holocaust. The ancient legacy of

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An Interview with Albrecht Classen on marriage, family, and sexuality in the Middle Ages

An Interview with Albrecht Classen on marriage, family, and sexuality in the Middle Ages

MRB September 30, 2014 0

Professor Albrecht Classen has authored or co-authored more than 70 books and eight of his own poetry collections. He is the University Distinguished Professor in the Department of German Studies at the University of Arizona.

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Sex in Public Among Religious Zionists

Sex in Public Among Religious Zionists

Yoel Finkelman September 19, 2013 1

Yoel Finkelman on Yakir Englander and Avi Sagi’s Body and Sexuality in the New Religious Zionist Discourse There is no way to understand the fraught relationship between religion, Zionism, and Israeli culture without understanding how Religious

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