Sexual Paradox: Creative Tensions In Our Lives and In Our Congregations

Book, 1991, 244 pp
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Presenting an alternative to current male-female stereotypes, Hahn analyzes the tensions between men and women in their physical, psychological, social, and spiritual dimensions. Rather than denying the differences, she shows how creative use of male-female tensions can be of benefit in the workplace, in personal life, and in the local congregation. Recognition of the sexual paradox affords a way for men and women to join their voices in conversation about their experiences without compromising the integrity of either sex. It also hints at human encounter with the holy dimension in life.
PublisherPilgrim Press

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