This anthology is one volume from C.J.S. Hayward's collected works. It includes a news release about the discovery of an inclusive language New Testament manuscript, a qualitative look at men and women, discussion of a spiritual reality barely hinted at by Biblical egalitarian concerns, a very short glimpse of a spiritually ugly image, an essay about Orthodoxy and feminism, some Orthodox answers to feminist questions, a letter in which a 26th century historian looks at curiosities today, the tale of a man who finds a commentary to explain "all cultural issues needful to understand the Bible as did its first readers," a story of renewed innocence, and a story that begins with disembodied minds searching for something beyond their realm.
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About the Author
C.J.S. Hayward wears many hats: author, philosopher, theologian, artist, poet, wayfarer, philologist, inventor, social commentator, satirist, novelist, web guru, teacher. He is an Eastern Orthodox Christian, and has lived in the U.S., Malaysia, England, and France. He has ranked 7th nationally in a math contest, has studied over a dozen languages, and holds master's degrees bridging math and computers (UIUC), and philosophy and theology (Cambridge).