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Plato or Paul?: The Origins of Western Homophobia Paperback – October 1, 2009


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Theodore W. Jennings Jr. is Professor of Biblical and Constructive Theology, Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago. With interests ranging across Christian doctrine and biblical theology, his recent writings include Jacob's Wound: Homoerotic Narrative in the Literature of Ancient Israel; Reading Derrida, Thinking Paul; and The Insurrection of the Crucified.As an astonishingly fresh understanding of what we mean by the significance of Jesus death--in history and theological reflection--Jennings's book contributes strongly to our theological resources for classroom and theologians as well as clergy and others who preach.

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