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"Det är inte gott för människan att vara ensam": Några tankar om tvåsamhetens metaforik i teologisk antropologi

Svartvik, Jesper LU (2007) In Uppdrag samliv: Om äktenskap och samlevnad p.133-155
Abstract
This article reviews the Christian arguments against same-sex relations and concludes that the only viable argument is that they destabilize patriarchy. The question to be asked is whether two millennia old gender stereotypes from the Mediterranean area should be allowed to play such a prominent role in the debate today.
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published
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hermeneutics, Bible, same-sex relations, Christianity, patriarchy
in
Uppdrag samliv: Om äktenskap och samlevnad
editor
Lindfelt, Mikael and Lundberg, Johanna Gustafsson
pages
133 - 155
publisher
Verbum
ISBN
978-91-526-3159-1
language
Swedish
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yes
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8751fe9f-2940-4ab1-b6b4-42e83760c4d0 (old id 1764767)
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2011-01-20 13:23:04
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