Male, Female, and Transgender: Notes from Theological Anthropology

Male, Female, and Transgender: Notes from Theological Anthropology

Bryce E. Rich

divinity.uchicago.edu | 8 November 2018

Scripture, tradition, reason and experience emphasise the dignity of the human person, created in the image of God. If nothing else, they should caution us against hasty decisions that prioritise a particular biological phenomenon over the well-being of unique and varied human persons.

James K.A. Smith's "Cultural Liturgies"

James K.A. Smith's "Cultural Liturgies"

Martin E. Marty

divinity.uchicago.edu } 12 November 2018

The phrase that captures the heart of Smith’s thought is “cultural liturgies” – the way in which “repetitive practices … point our hearts in a particular direction and by doing so tell us who we are and where we belong”. Martin E. Marty explores the genesis and meaning of Smith’s insights into religion and culture.