With The Oxford Handbook of Theology, Sexuality, and Gender, Adrian Thatcher has done an amazing job by bringing together many of the leading scholars in the field. This handbook aims to be primarily a work of Christian theology: its sources and objects of reflection are taken from the Christian Church and its tradition, and most contributions use primarily theological methods instead of those from the broader field of religious studies or the humanities and social sciences in general. But does this go for all contributions? What kinds of theologies are being presented? And to which social and political realities do they relate? Read my review in the online journal Religion and Gender.
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