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The Yoder file

It is not often that the Century publishes a feature article about the sexual behavior of a theologian, but the case of John Howard Yoder ("Theology and misconduct") raises questions for all Christians, not just for the Mennonite community to which he belonged. What is the relationship between what a theologian writes and how he lives his life? Does the life make a difference in how we read the theology?

 

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