Bodies Bound for Circumcision and Baptism: An Intersex Critique and the Interpretation of Galatians

@article{Marchal2010BodiesBF,
  title={Bodies Bound for Circumcision and Baptism: An Intersex Critique and the Interpretation of Galatians},
  author={J. Marchal},
  journal={Theology & Sexuality},
  year={2010},
  volume={16},
  pages={163 - 182}
}
  • J. Marchal
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Theology & Sexuality
  • Abstract Arguments about the meaning of specific forms of embodiment resonate across a range of contexts, both theological and supposedly non-theological, ancient and contemporary. These forms are potently reconsidered in light of the modern medicalized management of intersex populations and the intersex critique in response to such management. Such a critique entails a new kind of accountability for biblical literature and interpretation, particularly as they inhabit an especially contested… CONTINUE READING
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