About as old as the romantic kind, Platonic marriage was recently rediscovered as a radical, even courageous choice in the era of same-sex marriage. For most of the people today who choose this lifestyle, the marriage bond is deftly detached from the sexual and romantic one. Sex belongs outside the covenant. Wait, what?
This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author Anne Kennedy about her article, “A More Unconditional Love: Modern Iterations of Platonic Marriage” in the forthcoming 45:2-3 (Fall 2022) edition of the Christian Research Journal.
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See also the related article “Marriage Is about the Gospel: Clarifying the Boundaries of Christian Orthodoxy” in this same issue and the podcast here.