Sexuality, marriage, and celibacy in Byzantine law
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Sexuality, marriage, and celibacy in Byzantine law selections from a fourteenth-century encyclopedia of canon law and theology : the alphabetical collection of Matthew Blastares by Matthew Blastares

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Published by Holy Cross Orthodox Press in Brookline, Mass .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sex -- Religious aspects -- Orthodox Eastern Church,
  • Celibacy (Canon law) -- Orthodox Eastern Church,
  • Marriage (Canon law) -- Orthodox Eastern Church

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementPatrick Demetrios Viscuso.
ContributionsViscuso, Patrick.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22501002M
ISBN 109781935317005
LC Control Number2008036112

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The main stages in sexual development. The development of sexual awareness. The need for love. The law of double expression. The ennobling power of love. The meaning of family. Marriage or celibacy? The three sides of married life. Marriage as the fulfillment of unity. The meaning of voluntary celibacy. The danger of sexual lust. The reason why I discussed the religious and social background in which the sexual revolution has taken place is to let the Muslims In the West and the East know that this revolution was not a by-product of science and technology per se (although some scientific technologies like contraceptives have made it easier); rather it was a reaction to the suppressive sexual morality of the Christian. In fact, up until , when Pope Pius XII promulgated a partial Code of Eastern Canons, the Council in Trullo was considered to be the definitive source of marriage law for Eastern Catholics of the Byzantine Tradition.[45] Even today the Papacy continues to show respect for the Council’s enduring legacy. He has interviewed more than 1, persons - priests and others with intimate knowledge of priests - about the celibate and sexual behaviors of priests. Sipe has documented his findings in books and in numerous articles and lectures. This website was created as a resource of information.

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