The eschatological body : Gender , transformation , and God

Modern Theology 16 (January):61-73 (2000)
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Argues the eschatological longing of bodily obsession. Impact of culture and religiosity on use of the body; Views of feminist Judith Butler on gender performativity; Theory of gender transformation; Relation among gender, transformation and God

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