A Christian Theology of Marriage and Family (Google eBook)

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Paulist Press, 2003 - Religion - 241 pages
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What are Christian families called to be and do in contemporary society? Weaving together theology, social science, and her experience as a wife and mother, Julie Hanlon Rubio answers this provocative and timely question. She explores the marriage liturgy, the New Testament and Christian tradition and then reflects on the the ways Christian husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, and children can live out their vocations in changing times. She concludes with chapters on divorce and the mission of the family.

Relevant, academically oriented yet popularly written, and filling a need by its attention to family issues, this book will make an ideal text for courses in:

-- marriage.

-- family ethics.

-- social justice.

-- Christian ethics.

  

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This book entitled A christian theology of marriage and family is written to kept under
the pillows of a marriage bed or bedroom side mirror. The book itself is a mirror to the marriage.It provides
peace and love if you go through it.It is regarded as the umbrella of the families.The book is a pastor the can preach marriage blessing with eternal ring.
I recommend it.
 

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My professor assigned this book, so I dutifully read it. Another professor reassigned it as a helpful example of how to write a theology of marriage and family. I think I was a less into it on the ... Read full review

Contents

A Different Vision
25
New Testament Vision
45
Traditional Ways of Speaking about Marriage
65
The Dual Vocation of Christian Parents
89
Mothering in Christian Families
111
Fathering in Christian Families
129
Welcoming the Children
146
Divorce and Remarriage in Christian Families
165
What Is Family For?
183
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Julie Hanlon Rubio is assistant professor of moral theology at Saint Louis University.

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