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Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 2011
Series: Gospel According to
Elaine Heath writes in an accessible voice, calling attention to both the "good news" of Twilight's theology and the "bad news" of its gender stereotypes and depictions of violence against women.
The book includes questions for youth and adult groups or for classroom discussions.
"Heath's The Gospel according to Twilight is riveting. Her conversational style will draw fans who are dying for intelligent discussion of this beloved series, and newcomers hoping for an astute yet accessible overview of the major questions about gender and theology relevant to Twilight." Donna Freitas, author of Sex and the Soul: Juggling Sexuality, Spirituality, Romance, and Religion on America's College Campuses
"Twilight is so popular because it gets at deep questions about what it means to be female. Join Heath for a fascinating conversation about vampires and the pressing questions of feminist theology!" Beth Felker Jones, Wheaton College, and author of Touched by a Vampire: Discovering the Hidden Messages in the Twilight Saga
"Heath, a theologian, evangelism professor, pastor, and self-described 'lover of good stories,' does the Twilight saga justice at the same time that she critiques its glamorization of gender stereotypes with their potential for violence and abuse. To top it all off, Heath writes with an elegance and edge that make her book as much of a page turner as the series on which it is based." Alyce M. McKenzie, Perkins School of Theology
"Heath's balanced approach to theology and gender in the Twilight Saga is enlightening and highly readable. A must read for lovers of Twilight and for anyone who has wondered about the worldview underlying the stories." Susannah Clements, Regent University, and author of The Vampire Defanged: How the Embodiment of Evil Became a Romantic Hero
"Clearly, Heath has done her homework. Her weaving of gospel themes within the Twilight story itself is inspiring and gives further insight to both the books and to a contemporary understanding of the gospel itself. An engaging, creative read that is timely for those looking to connect their faith to popular culture." Ryan K. Bolger, Fuller Theological Seminary
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