From Shame to Sin

Episode 4 March 01, 2022 00:50:32
From Shame to Sin
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From Shame to Sin
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How did the rise of Christianity during Roman antiquity change sexual behavior? In today's episode, Dr. Kyle Harper, the author of From Shame to Sin: The Christian Transformation of Sexual Morality in Late Antiquity, answers this question, describes the vastly divergent social and sexual roles of men and women during that period, and provides insight into how Christian sexual morality has both changed and stayed the same throughout history.

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