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A recovery and rediscovery of the surprising strangeness of blood in theological (especially Christian) and civic discourse.
Part I. Why We See Red: 1. Blood marks the bounds of the body: Overtures and refrains; Part II. Blood Seeps in Where It Hardly Seems to Belong: Blood Unnecessary and Inexhaustible: 2. Blood after Isaac: Why God said 'Na'; 3. Blood after Leviticus: Separation and sacrifice; 4. Blood after the Last Supper: Jesus and the gender of blood; Part III. Blood Makes a Language in Which to Conduct Disputes: Family, Truth, and Tribe: 5. Bridegrooms of blood: Same-sex desire and the blood of Christ; 6. Red in tooth and claw: Evolution and the blood of Christ; 7. Blood purity and blood sacrifice: Castilians and Aztecs; Part IV. The Blood of God and at the Heart of Things: Causality Sacramental and Cosmic: 8. How the Eucharist causes salvation; 9. Blood in the Christology of things: Why things became human; Appendix: Review of Gil Anidjar's Blood: A Critique of Christianity.
Eugene F. Rogers, Jr. is Professor of Religious Studies and of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is the author of six books, including Aquinas and the Supreme Court (2013) and Sexuality and the Christian Body (2003), which was named 'essential reading' by Christian Century among books published in the past 25 years.