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|Title:||The Mystery of Marriage Amid Deconstruction: A Dialogue Between Orthodox Anthropology and Postmodern Perspectives||Authors:||Nassif, Bassam A.||Affiliations:||Institute of Theology||Keywords:||Marriage
|Issue Date:||2022-01||Publisher:||St. John of Damascus Institute of Theology Publications||Abstract:||
Social changes in the contemporary era have directly influenced human life and existence, especially the meaning of marriage. In light of these contemporary developments, researchers have emphasized the urgent
need to deconstruct marriage and re-constitute it, fundamentally altering its traditional characteristics and meaning in the process. Conversely, the Orthodox Church views the essence of marriage with an interminable
consistency and continuity characterized by the mysterion of love in Christ. Is it viable to live the meaning of this mysterion in today’s postmodern era? To examine this issue, this study initiates an interdisciplinary dialogue between postmodern perspectives on marriage and family on the one hand, and the vision of Orthodox theology on the other. This new and unexplored dialogue endeavors to contribute to the positive engagement of the Orthodox Church with the postmodern world.
|Appears in Collections:||Institute of Theology|
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