Body Language

Creation and Covenant
The Significance of Sexual Difference in the Moral Theology of Marriage
Christopher C. Roberts
T. & T. Clark, $130, 266 pp.

In his new book Twentieth-Century Catholic Theologians, the Dominican Fergus Kerr questions the wisdom of moving the nuptial meaning of the body, which builds on the complementarily of the sexes, from the periphery to the center of theological speculation about the nature of God. This invites another question: How central to the Christian understanding of the meaning of...

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Guy Mansini, OSB, teaches theology at St. Meinrad School of Theology, and is pastor of St. Isidore the Farmer Parish in Perry County, Indiana.