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Man and woman He created them: A theology of the body.
Man and woman He created them: A theology of the body. Man and woman He created them: A theology of the body.

Man and woman He created them: A theology of the body.

Häftad bok. Pauline Books & Media. 2006.

Nyskick. (Cop. 2006) xxx, 705 s.
Innehåll:
Introduction by Michael Waldstein --
Part One: The Words of Christ --
Chapter One: Christ appeals to the "Beginning" --
The meaning of original solitude --
The meaning of original unity --
The meaning of original nakedness --
Man in the dimension of gift --
"Knowledge" and procreation (Gen 4:1) --
[Conclusion: an integral vision] --
Chapter Two: Christ appeals to the human heart --
In the light of the Sermon on the Mount --
The man of concupiscence --
Insatiability of the union --
Commandment and Ethos --
The "Heart"--accused or called? --
The ethos of the redemption of the body --
Purity as "Life according to the Spirit" --
The gospel of purity of heart--yesterday and today --
Appendix: The ethos of the body in art and media --
Chapter Three: Christ appeals to the resurrection --
The resurrection of the body as a reality of the "Future world" --
Continence for the Kingdom of Heaven --
[Conclusion of Part One] [The redemption of the body] --
Part Two: The Sacrament --
Chapter One: The dimension of Covenant and of Grace --
Ephesians 5:21-33 --
Sacrament and mystery --
Sacrament and "Redemption of the Body" --
Chapter Two: The dimension of sign --
"Language of the Body" and the reality of the sign --
The Song of Songs --
When the "Language of the Body" becomes the language of the liturgy (reflections on Tobit) --
Chapter Three: He gave them the law of life as their inheritance --
The ethical problem --
Outline of conjugal spirituality --
[Conclusion].

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