PROBLEMATISING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SAME-SEX RHETORIC IN SELECTED REFORMED DENOMINATIONAL TRADITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Johannes N Vorster

Abstract


If same-sex discourse is part of regulatory practices that both produce and control
bodies, its development in the Dutch Reformed Church requires a genealogical
enquiry into the discursive practices from which it has emerged. It is argued that the
same-sex discourse which has developed within the Dutch Reformed Church serves
to protect heteronormativity and biblical discourse, and integrated within regulatory
practice, is instrumental in its accomplishment.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/99-0-673

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