No Pregnancy in Heaven: Infertility and Theological Anthropology

No Pregnancy in Heaven: Infertility and Theological Anthropology

It’s been a crazy week! A reminder that anyone who comments on blog posts this week (besides the crazy spammers selling Viagra) will be entered in a giveaway for my new book!

And on that note, if you’re interested in the topic of infertility grief particularly as it pertains to faith, make sure to check out my guest post this morning on the Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy blog about what it means to be human in light of childlessness…

The driving question of this post was:

What if barrenness is not a pathological but normative aspect of our existence? What if it is not infertility but fertility—the capacity to participate at all in the life-giving process—that is unnatural, unexpected? 

Head on over to Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy to read the full post. Find other things I’ve written about infertility here.


3 Responses

  1. Stephen says:

    Dr. Roccas, I’ve just encountered your work and I have really appreciated it. I haven’t read your books yet, but I will be soon.

    I plan to send you an email later, but I wanted to comment here for a chance to receive your new book.
    All the best to you.

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