THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND GENDER RELATIONS

Nico Koopman

Abstract


In this article an anthropology characterized by vulnerability, relationality and
dependence is offered as a pathway towards building male and female relations that
are characterized by harmony and joy. This anthropology is in contradiction to the
modernistic anthropology of power, autonomy and independence. The proposed
anthropology is based in the doctrine of the economic trinity. This anthropology and
the consequent joyous gender relations are actualized in Christian communities that
do not live with practical atheism but that take the triune God seriously.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/86-0-948

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