Theology of the Sexes Course

A seventeen-lecture course I delivered on the theology of the sexes, with two question and answer sessions, is available for purchase for $9.99 from the Theopolis Institute here.

About Alastair Roberts

Alastair Roberts (PhD, Durham University) writes in the areas of biblical theology and ethics, but frequently trespasses beyond these bounds. He participates in the weekly Mere Fidelity podcast, blogs at Alastair’s Adversaria, and tweets at @zugzwanged.
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8 Responses to Theology of the Sexes Course

  1. Aaron Siver says:

    Just bought the lecture series and downloaded them. I’m looking forward to listening.

    Alastair, do you happen to have titles for all of the sessions in this series? The MP3 files are devoid of any sort of labeling or properties.

  2. timbug says:

    How much overlap is there between these lectures and your forthcoming book?

    • Many of the same topics are tackled, of course, but my forthcoming book has considerably more depth and breadth. It is really hard to compare, not least because the process of delivering talks and especially the interaction in seminars (not in these recordings, unfortunately) has such a different dynamic to it.

  3. Scott Limkeman says:

    Purchased – can’t wait to dive in! Thanks for your work on this subject.

  4. Laura says:

    I just found out the publication date for you book Theology of the sexes has been pushed back to 2019. Soo far away! In all seriousness I can’t wait to buy your book – I have it on pre-order at my local Christian bookstore.

  5. Andrew Ziegler says:

    Hi Alastair – thanks for this. I look forward to listening. Did you have a syllabus / course handouts for this course? I’ll get the lectures, but I’d also be interested to see what readings (if any) you had for the class and any other supplemental materials.

    • We had two different sets of students: some who were only attending the lectures and other who were attending lectures and seminars (which added another 10+ hours). Within the seminars we discussed Stephen Clark’s Man and Woman in Christ and several other readings, but you don’t need to read anything to follow the lectures.

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