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by Joseph N. Goh


<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> This response to Joy Ladin's work attempts to articulate how a reconceptualization of God in terms of a "cursing" and "shaming" God might be theologically helpful. Rather than understanding God as cursing transgender people who ought to be ashamed of themselves, this response investigates what it is that God might curse, shame, bless, and bring to pride in relation to transgender people.
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Published in Transgender Studies Quarterly by Duke University Press
ISSN-L 2328-9252
Page(s) 435-441
Release Date 2019-08-01
Publisher Duke University Press
Primary Language en (lookup)

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