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What does TOB stand for?
TOB stands for Theology of the Body (Christianity)
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- Technical Operating Budget
- Technical Oversight Board
- Temporary Operating Base (UN Mission in Sudan)
- Tender Option Bond
- Terms of Business
- The Orange Box
- The Oranges Band
- The Ordinary Boys (band)
- Theatre on the Bay (Wisconsin)
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He concludes with a call to a different perspective, that found in Pope John Paul II's theology of the body, which B.
The Popcaks also see the self-giving of breastfeeding as compatible with John Paul II's theology of the body "The way God designed our bodies tells us something about his intention about the kinds of relationships he wants for us," Greg Popcak explained.
She never addresses the morality of contraception, which causes a Catholic reader pause, especially as she is citing the Genesis that Pope John Paul II used in his theology of the body.
Purity of Heart: Reflections on Love and Lust is the second book of a four-part series, "Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body in Simple Language.
Recall that Paul's theology of the body of Christ is also about the importance of the whole physical individual body for the Christian, not just the ideational "corporate" body of the church; its shadow side is its implicit hierarchical ordering--which itself comes out in this postmodern secular monasticism that we are here on the verge of.
The Knights' New Evangelization Series includes new booklets on prayer, the Eucharist, the theology of the body, marriage and consecrated life.
The 38-page glossy, magazine-style publication contains 17 essays by various authors examining such topics as "intimacy in the age of Facebook," sexual relationships inside and outside marriage, intimacy in celibacy, theology of the body, intimacy between generations and intimacy with God.