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Redeeming Men: Religion and Masculinities

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Contributors to this book--historians, biblical specialists, theologians, ethicists, and scholars of comparative religions--examine the relationship between religious tradition and manhood. The essays cover a broad range of topics--from the dynamics of power in shaping masculine identity, to the role religion plays in shaping masculine identity, to the experience of myth, ...more
Paperback, 332 pages
Published November 1st 1996 by Westminster John Knox Press
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