Conjugal Spirituality: The Primacy of Mutual Love in Christian Tradition
Mary Anne Oliver develops an alternate to 'celibate' religious practices, drawing from the experience of couples and diverse sources in the Christian tradition. This work explores the dynamics of conjugal love.
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