Authorizing Marriage? Canon, Tradition, and Critique in the Blessing of Same-Sex Unions

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INDEX
Acts of the Apostles, 20–22, 24, 35
Acts of Paul and Thecla, The, 29–31
adelphopoiesis, 104–7, 110–12
Adler, Rachel, 88
adultery, 12, 46, 177n16; in Judaism, 86
Allen, R. E., 59
Amarna letters, 9–11
Ambrose, 32, 34
American Baptists, 103
Ananias and Sapphia, 22, 171n12, 171n15
androgyny, 73–75, 80
Anglican Communion, 34–35, 121; polity issues of, 122, 128–38
Aquinas, Thomas, 147–49, 160
Arendt, Hannah, 72
Aristotle, 59, 148
Babylonian Talmud, 52
bar Eleazar, Yirmiyah (rabbi), 80
bar Nachman, Shmuel (rabbi), 80
bar Nahman, R. Samuel (rabbi), 45
Barth, Karl, 158, 162
ben David Zimri, Abraham (rabbi), 93
ben Lakish, Shimon (rabbi), 98
bet hamidrash, 64
Bloom, Allan David, 183n40
Boswell, John, 104–7, 110–12, 118–19
Bray, Allan, 108–12, 118
Butler, Judith, 69–70, 75, 116, 152–53, 155–56
Calvin, John, 64
Canada, same-sex marriages in, 155
Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, 141
Catherine of Siena, 150, 192n36
celibacy, 31–35, 42–43, 47, 174n51; for ancient rabbis, 66
Christian rites for same-sex unions, 117–19
1 Chronicles, 46
Colossians, 27, 42
complementarity, 51; of the sexes, 69–70; in relationship, 176n13
Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 189n16
1 Corinthians, 26, 44, 47, 51, 150, 152, 164, 171n11, 192nn34–35
covenant, between David and Jonathan, 7–13, 166n2; in West Asia, 7–16
David, King, 14–16, 55
Decalogue, the, 8, 44
De Certeau, Michel, 156
desire, avoidance of, 26
Deuteronomy, 8, 44, 82, 85, 187n8
Diotima, 56, 58, 62, 179n13, 180nn17,25
divorce, 19, 23, 46, 179n9, 187n3; in Testament, 44; in Greco-Roman world 171n16
Dodds, E. R., 59
Dover, K. J., 62
Du Bowski, Sandi Simcha, 82
Elshtain, Jean Bethke, 50
Ephesians, 42, 175n2
Episcopal Church USA, 121, 136–38
Erasmus, 34
eros, 72–73, 77–79, 102, 166n1, 180n25, 182n31; in Plato, 58, 62
erusin, 84–86, 93–94; and same-sex marriage, 88–91
Evdokimov, Paul, 158
Exodus, 15
Fall, the, 31, 144, 156, 174n40, 187n13
family, relativization of, 172n17; antisocial nature of, 174n50; idolatry of 170n1
family values, 17, 37–40, 170n1; in ancient world 31; as idolatry, 17
Ferrari, G.R.F., 180n16, 182n31, 183n34
fidelity, 10–13
Foucault, Michel 61–63, 69, 113, 117
Fraade, Steven, 66
Freud, Sigmund, 181n26
friendship, in ancient world, 42, 49–51, 177n23; modern 109–10

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