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Course Description

B613 Sex, Celibacy, and Siblings

An exploration of the ways early Christians use kinship language and metaphors to talk about themselves, their relationships, and the God they worship in Jesus Christ. Includes examination of New Testament texts that employ family imagery and texts that discuss family life in the context of the contemporary culture wars about families and family values.

Credits: 3.0

Units: 1.0


Instructor(s)

Dr. E. Elizabeth Johnson


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