Fully Alive

: Love, Marriage, and the Christian Body

Marriage in Creation and Covenant

By John Bauerschmidt, Zachary Guiliano, Wesley Hill, and Jordan Hylden

(Originally published in the Anglican Theological Review on May 13, 2015)

You can read the full paper at ATR by clicking here or by clicking on the picture below.

An Executive Summary of the paper with bullet points can be found here.

ATR invited responses to our paper. Those responses are as follows:

Another Look at Augustine on Marriage: An Historian’s Response to “Marriage in Creation and Covenant” 
Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski

Three Questions for the Authors of “Marriage in Creation and Covenant” 
Scott MacDougall

A Rejoinder to “Marriage in Creation and Covenant” 
Kathryn Tanner

Our own Zachary Guiliano has replied to these responses and tried to address some of the questions they ask here:

Augustine, Scripture, and eschatology: a reply to ATR's respondents

Additionally, we have asked some of our friends who have a different perspective than we do to offer responses, and they have graciously agreed.

Can We Be Witnesses to Christ's Love?
by the Rev. Canon Scott Gunn, Executive Director of Forward Movement

Marriage in the BCP and the Shortcomings of Paul and Augustine
by Derek Olsen of The St. Bede Blog

The Great Sacrament of Augustinian Marriage: Furthering Our Discussion Over the TFSM
by Jeremy W. Bergstrom