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  • Sexualidad Definida Por Dios


    El mensaje de la sexualidad definida por Dios es uno que toda mujer necesita. Para la mujer cristiana moderna que vive en la sociedad cargada de sexualidad de hoy, abrazar el diseno de Dios para el sexo y la pureza a menudo puede parecer una busqueda imposible. A medida que la cultura trata de normalizar cosas como la pornografia, la erotica y el sexo casual, tanto las mujeres solteras como las casadas de todas las edades sienten una inmensa presion para adaptarse. Con tentaciones seductoras invitandolas constantemente a unirse, podrian incluso comenzar a cuestionarse si el diseno de Dios es realmente bueno. En este alentador libro, Kristen Clark y Bethany Beal explican honestamente sus propias luchas y victorias e invitan a las mujeres a acompanarles en un viaje personal para descubrir y reclamar una vision biblica de su sexualidad.

    The message of God-defined sexuality is one every woman needs. For the modern Christian woman living in today’s sexually charged society, embracing God’s design for sex and purity can often feel like an impossible pursuit. As the culture seeks to normalize things such as pornography, erotica, and casual sex, both single and married women of all ages feel immense pressure to conform. With alluring temptations constantly inviting them to join in, they might even begin to question whether God’s design is truly good. In this encouraging book, Kristen Clark and Bethany Beal share honestly about their own struggles and victories, and invite women on a personal journey to discover and reclaim a biblical vision for their sexuality.

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  • Sexless In The City


    Discover a renewed biblical vision for sex, singleness, and relationships, and transform into an empowered woman of faith equipped to navigate today’s dating culture with vision, clarity, and freedom.

    Let’s face it: being single in today’s culture as a woman of faith can be a STRUGGLE FEST. But it doesn’t have to be. With real talk and straight wisdom, speaker, podcaster, and founder of The Refined Woman Kat Harris says it’s time for a new conversation about singleness, sex, and desire.

    Growing up at the height of the purity movement, Kat knew this much: good Christians don’t have sex until marriage. But approaching 30 and thrust into the New York City dating scene, she found a set of rules was not a compelling enough reason to keep her clothes on. Caught between purity culture’s rules and popular culture’s do what feels good, Kat began a multi-year journey searching for answers to the biggest questions about sexuality and faith:

    *What does the Bible really say about sex?
    *Why does almost everyone deal with some sort of sexual shame?
    *But really–what’s a single girl to do with her sexual desire?
    *What if we never get married . . . then what?

    It turns out Kat was asking questions that countless women were dying to ask but didn’t know they had the permission to do so. Hungry for clarity, she researched, wrestled, and discovered a God who wasn’t afraid or ashamed of sex and desire as she thought He might be. In actuality, God created sex and desire within humanity and called it very good. Now she believes God desires to restore a generation disillusioned with purity culture and Christian dating, discouraged about their singleness, ashamed of their sexual desire, and uncertain how to practically walk this season out well.

    Join Kat on her messy, sometimes painful, and always honest journey to discovering God’s heart for sexuality, desire, singleness, and our purpose within it all.

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  • Talking With Teens About Sexuality


    When Dr. Robinson asked her freshman psychology students what today’s parents need to know about teens and sex, they said parents do not have a realistic view of the world their children live in. A healthy sexual identity requires more than just a list of what not to do. In today’s culture of sexual identity confusion, ubiquitous pornography, and #MeToo, teenagers need to know how to protect themselves as well as how to treat others.

    Talking with Teens about Sexuality will help you understand your teen’s world and give you effective strategies in the midst of cultural pressures. Drs. Robinson and Scott provide scientifically reliable and biblically based information about gender fluidity, types of intimacy, online dangers, setting boundaries, and much more. Along the way, the book provides useful conversation starters and insightful guidance.

    Don’t let fear keep you from engaging in vital conversations. Learn how to talk to your teen with knowledge and confidence, guiding them toward a sexually healthy future.

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  • Biblical Response To Transgender Pack Of 20


    Christ wants all His people to find their identity, to understand who they are as a person. Currently, the topic of identity has been at the forefront of the cultural debate, especially when it comes to the transgender community. If God creates us in His image, and loves His children and His own, how does transgenderism fit into the picture?

    The mission of the Church is to be a safe place where we all have a shared struggle with sin – where people from all walks of life come to hear the Gospel truth and be transformed. In a conversation about transgenderism, the door should always be open for a healthy understanding so that Christ’s love can be heard, and people can turn away from their sin. This Biblical Response booklet aims to help Christians understand transgenderism in its most basic form, while also helping to form honest conversations with this community to bring them to God’s love.

    While the topic is difficult, and navigating it can be tricky, the advice offered in this booklet is meant to guide you in a non-argumentative and non-discriminatory conversation with this portion of the LGBTQ community.

    About the Series: The Biblical Response series offers brief and easy-to-read summaries of important cultural topics for people who want to know what God’s Holy Word says about cultural issues that touch our lives.

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  • For The Body


    The human body is an amazing gift, yet today, many people downplay its importance and fail to understand what Christianity teaches about our bodies and their God-given purposes. We misunderstand how the body was designed, its role in relating to others, and lack awareness of the dangers of objectifying the body, divorcing it from its intended purpose.

    In For the Body, author Timothy Tennent looks at what it means to be created in the image of God and how our bodies serve as icons that illuminate God’s purposes. Tennant examines topics like marriage, family, singleness, and friendship, and he looks at how the human body has been objectified in art and media today. He also offers a framework for discipling people today in a Christian theology of the body.

    Tennent explores the contours of a robust Christian vision of the body and human sexuality and the variety of different ways we are called into relationships with others. This book is a call to a deeper understanding of our body and an invitation to recapture the wonder of this amazing gift. It is a theological vision that informs our self-understanding, how we treat others, and how we engage today’s controversial and difficult discussions on human sexuality with grace, wisdom, and confidence.

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  • Equality Is Biblical


    Women have proved their equality with men in leadership, scholarship and exercising spiritual gifts, but traditional interpretations of Scripture mean that leadership, for many Christians, is still predominantly male. Penelope Wilcock proposes a reading of Scripture that respects its authority while embracing the full equality of women and men.

    Women have proved their equality with men in leadership, scholarship and exercising spiritual gifts, but traditional interpretations of Scripture mean that leadership, for many Christians, is still predominantly male. Penelope Wilcock proposes a reading of Scripture that respects its authority while embracing the full equality of women and men. Those who still talk of male ‘headship’ and ‘complementarity’ are stuck in a man-made time warp that has held Christian women back for far too long. Instead it’s time to fully grasp how the Cross brings reconciliation between the sexes, how both must be equally submitted to Christ, and how both are equal inheritors of the Kingdom.

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  • Por Que Es Mejor Esperar


    Descubre una verdad que cambia la vida de la que nadie habla

    En Por que es mejor esperar? Dannah sigue el rastro de una antigua y provocativa palabra a traves de la Biblia para descubrir los pensamientos mas profundos de Dios sobre el sexo. En estas paginas descubriras una verdad que cambia la vida de la que nadie habla, una verdad que transformara todo lo que crees saber sobre el sexo, el romance y Dios.

    Discover a life-changing truth that no one ever talks about

    In What Are You Waiting For? Dannah follows the trail of one provocative, ancient word through the Bible to discover God’s deepest thoughts about sex. In these pages you’ll discover a life-changing truth that no one ever talks about-a truth that will transform everything you think you know about sex, romance, and God.

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  • How We Love


    In this volume, Br. John Mark Falkenhain, OSB, a Benedictine monk and clinical psychologist, provides a well-researched and thorough program for celibacy formation for men and women, adaptable to both religious and seminary settings. Attending to the theological and the psycho-sexual dimensions of what it means to pursue a life of chaste celibacy, Br. John Mark identifies and expands on four major content areas, including motives for chaste celibacy, theological aspects of celibate chastity, sexual identity, and skills for celibate living. Formation goals and benchmarks for discernment are discussed for each content area, and implications and suggestions for ongoing formation are offered.

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  • Hooked : The Brain Science On How Casual Sex Affects Human Development


    How sex is rewiring your brain-for good and for bad

    What does a three-pound brain have to do with one’s sex life? A lot, actually.

    Hooked is about what’s happening to your brain when you’re having sex. With scientific data put in layman’s terms, this book demonstrates that:
    *Sexual activity releases chemicals in the brain, creating emotional bonds between partners. This is great news for marriages!
    *Once formed, however, breaking these bonds can have damaging effects on the brain such as depression and difficulty bonding with someone else in the future.
    *The continual forming and breaking of these bonds can have permanent effects on a person’s brain.

    PLUS! This updated edition also includes a brand new chapter about the effects of pornography on the brain.

    All this data about bonding, sex, and pornography has important implications in a casual sex culture. Regardless of what we wish were true, the facts tell us safe sex isn’t as safe as it seems. Learn about your brain, the positive effects of sex within permanently committed relationships, and how you can protect yourself (especially your brain) from the dangers of casual sex.

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  • Sexuality Mentality : Creating A Culture Of Biblical Integrity


    The vast majority of Christian teens know that sex outside of marriage is wrong. But young men and women hear statements every day that slowly convince them that premartial sex isn’t a big deal: As long as you use protection, it’s okay. Sex is part of growing up. It makes sense financially to live together. Sleeping together is how you know you’re compatible before marriage. Parents, pastors, and youth leaders want to address this hot-topic issue, but they often feel nervous, defeated, or embarrassed. Talking about sexual integrity and purity isn’t easy-but If Not You, Then Who? makes it a little easier.

    Author Heather Ruesch has years of experience as a pregnancy center advocate and abstinence educator, as well as a parent herself, In this book she shares her own personal trial and error, leaving readers feeling confident, equipped, and ready to dive into the once difficult and uncomfortable conversations about purity.

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  • Rethinking Sexuality : Gods Design And Why It Matters


    This ground-breaking resource challenges and equips Christians to think and act biblically and compassionately in matters of sexuality.

    Sexual abuse, sex addiction, gender confusion, brokenness, and shame plague today’s world, and people are seeking clarity and hope. By contesting long-held cultural paradigms, this book equips you to see how sexuality is rooted in the broader context of God’s heart and His work for us on earth. It provides a framework from which to understand the big picture of sexual challenges and wholeness, and helps you recognize that every sexual question is ultimately a spiritual one. It shifts the paradigm from combating sexual problems to confidently proclaiming and modeling the road to sacred sexuality.

    Instead of arguing with the world about what’s right and wrong about sexual choices, this practical resource equips you to share the love and grace of Jesus as you encounter the pain of sexual brokenness-your own or someone else’s.

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  • Sex In A Broken World


    Sexuality is a fundamental part of what it means to be human, part of God’s beautiful design when he created all things. And yet, we’re all affected by sexual brokenness in some way or another due to our own sinful nature and the sinfulness of our fallen world. In this honest and life-giving book, best-selling author Paul David Tripp helps us see the transforming grace of Jesus Christ that has been made available to all people-giving us a clear view of God’s original design for sex and offering us a vision of human sexuality that both honors God and restores our full dignity as sexual beings. We will see that only the grace of Jesus Christ provides hope for a life of freedom, purity, and joy as God intended.

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  • 25 Preguntas Que Temes Hacer A


    25 preguntas que temes hacer acerca del amor, el sexo y la intimidad es la recopilacion de las preguntas mas comunes y criticas que se hacen las mujeres acerca de la sexualidad. Habla de temas como el abuso sexual, la pornografia, la intimidad y la infidelidad, revelando la perspectiva biblica sobre cada uno de ellos. Cada capitulo, brinda respuestas claras a mujeres casadas y solteras, basadas en la palabra de Dios, sobre lo que esta bien y lo que no sobre el sexo y la intimidad. 25 preguntas que temes hacer acerca del amor, el sexo y la intimidad, plantea verdades que te haran libre para entender y disfrutar la sexualidad a la manera de Dios.

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  • Redeemed Sexuality : Healing And Transformation In Community 12 Sessions


    An Invitation To The Broken
    Getting The Most Out Of Redeemed Sexuality
    Group Covenant

    Theme 1: Vulnerability
    1. Learning The Language
    2. Telling Your Story
    3. Wounds Of The Past
    4. Truth And Lies
    5. Confession

    Theme 2: Identity
    6. The Wounded Self
    7. Identity In Christ
    8. Facing Temptation
    9. Creating A Battle Plan

    Theme 3: Intimacy
    10. Healthy Intimacy
    11. Christlike Sexuality
    12. Pursuing Wholeness

    Appendix 1: How To Do Updates
    Appendix 2: Prayers For The Journey
    Appendix 3: Tips For Journaling
    Leader’s Notes

    Additional Info
    Sexual brokenness permeates our culture and has found its way into the church. Even though Christians are called to value and celebrate sexuality as sacred and good, it is often a source of fear, shame, or secret sin.

    But it doesn’t have to be that way.

    Healthy sexuality concerns what we pursue, not just what we avoid, so Redeemed Sexuality invites emerging adults to seek sexual maturity and discipleship in the context of community. As we experience love, joy, and intimacy with God and others, sexual shame and sin lose their power.

    Integrating theology, psychology, and spiritual formation, participants engage the process of transformation by

    practicing vulnerability
    embracing their identity in Christ
    learning healthy intimacy

    Incorporating peer-to-peer leadership, this field-tested small group curriculum is suitable for use in both men’s or women’s groups. The process is neither linear nor easy, but change is possible because Christ is able. The only question is, Do you want to be healed?

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  • Mere Sexuality : Rediscovering The Christian Vision Of Sexuality


    What do Christians believe about human sexuality?

    In Mere Sexuality, author and pastor Todd Wilson presents the historic Christian consensus about human sexuality, the Great Tradition of the church for centuries as taught in each of its major expressions – Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant. Wilson highlights the stunning shift of opinion on issues of sexuality in the evangelical church and why this break with the historic church is problematic for the future of Christianity. Along the way he provides ordinary believers with an introduction to the historic Christian vision of sexuality, yet does so in conversation with some of the twenty-first century’s leading challenges to this vision.

    In a culture that is deeply confused about human sexuality, Wilson believes it is time for evangelicals to retrieve the historic Christian tradition and biblical teaching on the question of sexuality. Mere Sexuality seeks to guide readers back to the beauty and coherence of this vision of sexuality in the face of an aggressive and all-consuming pagan and secular worldview.

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  • Beauty Order And Mystery


    Introduction: The Need For A Christian Vision Of Human Sexuality (Todd Wilson And Gerald Hiestand)

    Part I: A Theological Vision For Sexuality
    1. Mere Sexuality (Todd Wilson)
    2. Embodied From Creation Through Redemption: Placing Gender And Sexuality In Theological Context (Beth Felker Jones)
    3. How Should Gay Christians Love? (Wesley Hill)
    4. Sexuality And The Church: How Pastoral Ministry Shapes A Theology Of Sexuality (Jeremy Treat)
    5. Continuing The Task (Richard Mouw)

    Part II: The Beauty And Brokenness Of Sexuality
    6. Cutting The Fruit While Watering The Root: Selfies, Sexuality, And The Sensibilities Of The American Church (Daniel J. Brendsel)
    7. The Transgender Test: Confronting Challenges To Biblical Christianity (Denny Burk)
    8. Put Pain Like That Beyond My Power: A Christocentric Theodicy With Respect To The Inequality Of Male And Female Power (Gerald Hiestand)
    9. Bent Sexuality And The Pastor (Joel Willitts)
    10. The Wounded It Heals: Gender Dysphoria And The Resurrection Of The Body (Matthew Mason)

    Part III: Biblical And Historical Reflections On Gender And Sexuality
    11. Imaging Glory: 1 Corinthians 11, Gender, And Bodies At Worship (Amy Peeler)
    12. Thomas Aquinas On Sexual Ethics (Matthew Levering)
    13. One Soul In Two Bodies: Icons Of Sergius And Bacchus Then And Now (Matthew Milliner)
    14. What Makes Sex Beautiful? Marriage, Aesthetics, And The Image Of God In Genesis 1-2 And Revelation 21-22 (Matt O’Reilly)

    Author Index
    Subject Index
    Scripture Index

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    Humans are sexual creatures.

    Our sexuality can be a beautiful and mysterious expression of what it means to be human. But it can also become distorted and sinful.

    Perhaps no issue is as urgent for the church today, or confronts it with as many questions, as human sexuality: What does it mean to fulfill God’s will through our sexuality? To what extent should our sexuality define who we are? How can we navigate cultural trends around sexuality while being faithful to Scripture?

    The Center for Pastor Theologians (CPT) seeks to assist pastors in the study and production of biblical and theological scholarship for the theological renewal of the church and the ecclesial renewal of theology. Based on the 2016 annual CPT conference, this volume brings together the reflections of church leaders and academic theologians who seek to answer the urgent questions concerning human sexuality. Contributors engage with Scripture, draw on examples from church history, and delve into current issues in contemporary culture, including embodiment, marriage, homosexuality, pornography, transgenderism, and gender dysphoria.

    Beauty, Order, and Mystery tackles difficult questions with discernment in order to offer a theological vision of faithful human sexuality for the church.

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  • On Sexuality And Scripture


    * Of interest to biblical scholars, students, and those following the international debate on same-sex issues * Internationally-known authors * Demonstrates serious students of Scripture can find good news for LGBTQ people and churches that affirm them in the Bible and the life and teachings of Jesus The Chicago Consultation has sponsored consultations in South Africa, Kenya, and Ghana on Scripture and sexuality. With papers, Bible studies, and personal essays from American, African, and other international scholars, this book offers a new way of approaching sacred texts to discover what the Bible does and does not say about human sexuality. The Chicago Consultation has developed a reputation for civil conversation among those on multiple sides of issues related to gender equality. Their work in Africa builds on that reputation, now reaching international biblical scholars and students.

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  • What About Sex


    * Deals with how we use our bodies sexually and holistically in contemporary culture * Includes discussions of all sexual orientations What About Sex? provides a moral compass to navigate the changing landscape of sex and sexuality. Dealing with the Bible, evolving traditions and customs, and the findings of science and psychology, Haller endeavors to inform and guide rather than lay down the law. This book is not about what goes where or who does what to whom, but about what it means to be an embodied person with responsibilities both to oneself and others.

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  • Single Gay Christian


    Prelude: Promises
    1. Revelation
    2. Almost Straight
    3. Debating The Divine
    4. What God Called Good

    Interlude: A Song For The Unknowing

    5. Stranger Incognito
    6. To Know As I Am Known
    7. Nature Abhors A Vacuum
    8. Quo Vadis?

    Postlude: A Letter To Myself At Age Twelve

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    In an age where neither society nor the church knows what to do with gay Christians, Greg Coles tells his own story. Let’s make a deal, you and me. Let’s make promises to each other. I promise to tell you my story. The whole story. I’ll tell you about a boy in love with Jesus who, at the fateful onset of puberty, realized his sexual attractions were persistently and exclusively for other guys. I’ll tell you how I lay on my bed in the middle of the night and whispered to myself the words I’ve whispered a thousand times since: I’m gay. I’ll show you the world through my eyes. I’ll tell you what it’s like to belong nowhere. To know that much of my Christian family will forever consider me unnatural, dangerous, because of something that feels as involuntary as my eye color. And to know that much of the LGBTQ community that shares my experience as a sexual minority will disagree with the way I’ve chosen to interpret the call of Jesus, believing I’ve bought into a tragic, archaic ritual of self-hatred. But I promise my story won’t all be sadness and loneliness and struggle. I’ll tell you good things too, hopeful things, funny things, like the time I accidentally came out to my best friend during his bachelor party. I’ll tell you what it felt like the first time someone looked me in the eyes and said, You are not a mistake. I’ll tell you that joy and sorrow are not opposites, that my life has never been more beautiful than when it was most broken hearted. If you’ll listen, I promise I’ll tell you everything, and you can decide for yourself what you want to believe about me.

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  • Sex And The Single Girl


    A study on sex that goes beyond just don’t do it.

    Whereas most sexuality studies for singles focus solely on purity-simply offering a don’t do it or just wait message-Sex and the Single Girl presents a broader understanding of what it means to honor God with our sexuality. This resource will equip single women to understand their sexuality, trust the Lord for redemption and healing, and stand against the cultural trends that marginalize and compromise sexuality.

    Juli Slattery, a clinical psychologist and cofounder of Authentic Intimacy, has devoted the last five years of her life to equipping women with God’s truth about sexuality. Here she drives home the truth that every sexual choice is also a spiritual choice. The six-week study is broken down into five days for each week, prompting study and reflection. The weeks cover:
    *Why Sexuality Matters: Shows the connection between spirituality and sexuality
    *Embracing a Grand Design: Explores God’s design and the beauty of living according to His wisdom.
    *Sexuality and Your Character: Helps women think through how their sexuality is part of their worship and Christian identity.
    *Sexual Boundaries: A very practical chapter providing a biblical grid for matters like masturbation, oral sex, and how far is too far to go in a dating relationship.
    *Battling Temptation: Takes a peak at the enemy’s playbook to help women anticipate, prepare for, and stand against sexual temptation.
    *Restoring Intimacy with God: Shows how God can tear down the wall of sexual sin, shame, and confusion through forgiveness and redemption.

    This study has been tested through pilot groups with college women and other 20 somethings. Revised according to their feedback, it is primed and ready to help any single woman think biblically about sexuality, live accordingly, and experience the joy and freedom of doing so.

    This study is especially relevant today. One of the greatest threats to the modern church and emerging adults is the distortion of sexual design. Study after study has documented the proliferation of porn use (among both men and women), sexual exploitation on college campuses, experimentation with homosexuality and bi-sexuality, and the acceptability of multiple sexual partners. The average single Christian has received very little teaching on the purpose of sexuality, and a simple Just wait until you’re married approach won’t cut it. Christian singles need to be equipped with a biblical worldv

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  • Living In A Gray World


    In today’s world, the topic of homosexuality seems to be part of everyday conversation in the media, in politics, and even inside churches, with pressure to accept one view or the other. And if you’re a Christian teen, there seems to be few easy answers to the issues you regularly encounter, such as: Can you be friends with someone who is gay? What if your sister is a lesbian, or you sometimes wonder if you might be as well? Does the Bible really say homosexuality is wrong? What does God want us to do and say? Preston Sprinkle has encountered these same questions, and as a theologian and a college professor he has dealt with these issues firsthand. Through honest conversation, real-life examples, and biblical research, Sprinkle unpacks what we can know to be true, and how Scripture’s overall message to us today allows us to move forward and find answers that align with God’s intent.

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  • Facing The Talk


    1. Learning To Talk
    2. The How-To Sex Talk
    3. Talking Topics: Ages Nine To Twelve
    4. Where Did My Little Girl Go?
    5. Back Story
    6. The How-Not-To Sex Talk
    7. Talking Topics: Ages Thirteen To Seventeen
    8. Fear Factor
    9. Overcoming Fear And Shame
    Appendix A: Resources For The Talks
    Appendix B: Sexual Abuse And Violence Against Women
    Appendix C: Talking Topics

    Additional Info
    What are we teaching our daughters about sex?

    Our girls are bombarded with sexual messages-at school, through social media, in movies, songs and advertising, and so on. How are we helping them process these messages? At what age should we start talking about sex? How do we protect them in this world of sexting and date rape? Most importantly, how do we empower them to make wise choices about their bodies and learn to take care of themselves in a world that can feel very unsafe? Elizabeth Chapin writes:

    The data is pretty consistent-most girls aren’t waiting until marriage to have sex. Many aren’t even waiting until adulthood! Unfortunately, too many parents don’t explicitly talk about sex. Perhaps we’re afraid our kids won’t listen. Or we won’t know what to say. Maybe we’re ashamed of something in our past. Or we’re paralyzed by our own brokenness because of something terrible that’s happened to us. For some of us, our parents never talked about sex and we made all the right choices, so we expect the same outcome for our own girls. Unfortunately, our silence often does more harm than good.

    This book is designed to inspire and encourage you to have conversations about sex with your girls that will prepare them to make healthy, wise and informed choices. This is not your typical how to parenting book. Elizabeth Chapin is a professor and a mom of four who is open about all her missteps as a parent. She shows us how she has been able to offer her girls something more than a set of rules about sex-instead offering them an alternative imagination, a reframing of what Western media culture defines sex to be. If you, like Elizabeth, want to invite your daughters into the bigger story of God’s creative goodness in the world, then you will find a refreshing perspective in these pages.

    Read more: http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=4322#ixzz3ZOQ4wlDb

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  • Cuando El Sexo No Es Suficient


    Este libro es para todo el que sabe que su matrimonio necesita un rescate de emergencia y busca recursos radicales que lo pongan fuera de peligro. Plantea de forma radical verdades y fundamentos bblicos que revolucionarn la manera de pensar sobre el matrimonio. Adems, ayuda a crear un nuevo paradigma sobre la vida conyugal que libran de todos los conceptos equivocados creados por la cultura familiar y social. Con su lectura, se obtienen los recursos necesarios para construir una slida relacin matrimonial.

    This book is for everyone who knows his/her marriage needs an emergency rescue and is seeking radical resources to put them out of danger. Dramatically raises truths and biblical foundations that will revolutionize the way we think about marriage. It also helps to create a new paradigm on conjugal life, freed from all misconceptions created by the family and social culture. In this book, you will find the necessary resources to obtain and build a strong marriage.

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  • Understanding Gender Dysphoria


    1 Gender Identity, Gender Dysphoria And Appreciating Complexity
    2 A Christian Perspective On Gender Dysphoria
    3 What Causes Gender Dysphoria?
    4 Phenomenology And Prevalence
    5 Prevention And Treatment Of Gender Dysphoria
    6 Toward A Christian Response: At The Level Of The Individual
    7 Toward A Christian Response: At The Level Of The Institution
    Author Index
    Subject Index

    Additional Info
    Few topics are more contested today than gender identity. In the fog of the culture war, complex issues like gender dysphoria are reduced to slogans and sound bites. And while the war rages over language, institutions and political allegiances, transgender individuals are the ones who end up being the casualties. Mark Yarhouse, an expert in sexual identity and therapy, challenges the church to rise above the political hostilities and listen to people’s stories. In Understanding Gender Dysphoria, Yarhouse offers a Christian perspective on transgender issues that eschews simplistic answers and appreciates the psychological and theological complexity. The result is a book that engages the latest research while remaining pastorally sensitive to the experiences of each person. In the midst of a tense political climate, Yarhouse calls Christians to come alongside those on the margins and stand with them as they resolve their questions and concerns about gender identity. Understanding Gender Dysphoria is the book we need to navigate these stormy cultural waters.

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  • Vale La Pena Esperar


    El amor, la sexualidad y como mantener viva la ilusion. Valiendose de su claro discernimiento y fina sensibilidad, Tim Stafford enfoca la confusa y a veces frustrante cuestion de las relaciones sexuales prematrimoniales.

    El presenta asuntos tales como:

    Porque la relacion sexual es tan atractiva?
    Como manejar la presion de los amigos y la sociedad?
    Como establecer relaciones saludables?
    Veinte preguntas para escoger la persona adecuada en el tiempo adecuado.
    Como obtener perdon?
    Como decir NO y mantener nuestro NO?

    Vale la pena esperar no provee todas las respuestas, pero si enfoca con sinceridad las causas y los efectos del acto sexual antes del matrimonio, aporta valiosas orientaciones practicas y ayuda a crear la determinacion que se necesita para tratar con un asunto que inevitablemente tendra que encarar.

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  • Redeeming Sex : Naked Conversations About Sexuality And Spirituality


    Nothing has exposed the gap between the church and the broader society quite like the volatile topics of sexuality, relationships, identities, orientations and even gender. With a pastor’s heart and a missiologist’s mind, Debra Hirsch helps us discover a wholistic, biblical vision of sex and gender that honors God and offers good news to the world.

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  • Faithful : A Theology Of Sex


    Many believers accept traditional Christian sexual morality but have very little idea why it matters for the Christian life. In Faithful, author Beth Felker Jones sketches a theology of sexuality that demonstrates sex is not about legalistic morals with no basis in reality but rather about the God who is faithful to us. In Hosea 2:19-20 God says to Israel, I will take you for my wife forever; I will take you for my wife in righteousness and in justice, in steadfast love, and in mercy. I will take you for my wife in faithfulness; and you shall know the Lord. This short book explores the goodness of sexuality as created and redeemed, and it suggests ways to navigate the difficulties of living in a world in which sexuality, like everything else, suffers the effects of the fall. As part of Zondervan’s Ordinary Theology series, Faithful takes a deeper look at a subject Christians talk about often but not always thoughtfully. This short, insightful reflection explores the deeper significance of the body and sexuality.

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  • More Than Just The Talk (Reprinted)


    In a sex-saturated culture where kids are exposed to nearly 14,000 sexual references per year on television, and 70 percent of teenagers have encountered pornography on the Internet, parents can’t rely on the traditional one-time sex talk that their own parents muddled through. Kids need to know that it’s natural to be curious about sex and that their parents are the most reliable source of information. Otherwise, their friends and smartphones will be more than willing to give answers that are likely to lead them down the path to sin and heartache.

    Jonathan McKee shows parents how to move beyond the initial awkwardness of this subject into an ongoing conversation with their kids about God’s amazing gift of sex. He equips them to engage in open conversations about dating, temptation, porn, and purity. Parents will find answers to the tough questions most people avoid and relevant Scripture regarding sexual issues. When parents provide the honest answers their kids are longing for, they can become the ones their kids turn to with their questions about this critical topic.

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  • Sex Has A Price Tag


    If I only had known what could happen, I would have made a different Choice!!

    In her decade in a crisis pregnancy center, counseling both Christian and non – Christian teens, as well as speaking to millions of students through the years and counseling and answering the letters of thousands of teens, Pam Stenzel has heard this statement over and over again.

    Sex Has A Price Tag rejoices that, indeed, sex is glorious. Sex is God-give. But sex outside of God’s boundary is behavior that has far-reaching consequences. Outside a monogamous marriage it has a price tag of incalculable costs. This book contains real testimonies encouragement and advice about:
    *consequences from sexual choices
    *physical diseases and emotional disaster
    *taboo subjects, including masturbation
    *where to go for help
    *avoiding sexual activity and awkward situations
    *dealing with friends, parents and your self respect

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  • Questions Youve Asked About Sexuality


    What children, their parents, teens, single adults, and married couples want to know.

    OK. Admit it. Don’t you have just a couple of questions about sex that need answering?

    Alberta Mazat comes to the rescue with the fascinating and informative Questions You’ve Asked About Sexuality. With Christian sensitivity, she answers those nagging questions about sex that you’ve been afraid to ask. Or maybe you’d just never thought about them before . . .

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  • God Loves Sex (Reprinted)


    We live in a sexually mad world where God’s gift of sex has been distorted through pornography, promiscuity, prostitution, abuse, trafficking, and rape. The church’s position on sexual matters has been made clear throughout history: all sexual activity outside the boundaries of Christian marriage is sin. But rarely has the church honestly addressed the true needs of Christians who are struggling with sexual desires they believe to be counter to the Bible. So we hide our struggles and pretend to live above the erotic fray, or else we cozy up to the culture’s redefinition of which sins are acceptable. But what does the Bible really say about sexual desire and sexual intimacy?

    God Loves Sex offers a truly liberating, godly view of holy sensuality by recovering the clear meaning of the Song of Songs as God-sanctioned eroticism. Then it uses that lens to answer questions posed by a fictional new Christian struggling with expectations of sexual purity. It asks provocative questions, such as What does it mean to be both holy and filled with rich sexual desire? and How can our sexual struggles take us deeper into the purposes of God?

    Pairing psychological insight with sound biblical scholarship, Allender and Longman bring it all out into the open, allowing Christians of any age and any marital status to discover sex the way God meant it to be.

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  • YES To SEX Just Not Yet


    As a young adult you have a lot to deal with. Between the challenges of school and thoughts of the future, looking for a real friend, family drama and still, after all that, endeavoring to enter adulthood with some framework of character and fear of God, your life can probably get overwhelming. With that said, it is quite possible that sexual integrity isn’t necessarily a fight you will choose to take on. Christian or not, it may seem easier to live sexually active and not bother swimming against the current of sexual acceptance or even deal with the peer pressure of resisting. Well, I believe that God has a message for you to hear and my hope is that some of those helpful tools will be found in this book.

    Despite all the misguided ideas about Him, God is good, relational and has your best interests at heart. Furthermore, when it comes to sex, young people may be pleasantly surprised to hear what their Creator has to say about the subject. Like a present to be opened at Christmas, God has a perfectly crafted season for you to enjoy this special gift. Let it be known that God says, Yes to Sex! His answer isn’t No, just Not yet! If you’re willing to take the challenge, you can say the same.

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  • Sexuality And Morality


    This candid question-and-answer book tackles the tough, yet common, issues, challenges, questions, and complaints of sexuality, morality, and Christian living in the 21st century. As the author notes, many of the questions we will address below would never have been asked, let alone answered, in a Catholic book prior to the 1960s! In his simple, easy-to-follow style, Fr. Bouchard covers every topic-from divorce, abortion, homosexuality, celibacy, and Church teaching, to how to live in the modern world without compromising your morals or faith.

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  • Sexualidad Cristiana


    Como van las actitudes y las acciones frente al Seor entre los hermanos? Que tal cuando se trata de la sexualidad? Si pensamos dialogar para que las personas (incluso los hermanos) sepan los consejos divinos, tenemos que abrir el tema con delicadeza. Las personas tienen que saber que los que honramos la Biblia como Palabra de Dios sepamos discutir como sensatos y no como enojones. Tienen que percibir que queremos lo mejor de la vida para ellos y que no es nuestro animo condenar a diestra y siniestra.
    A traves de los aos Fernando y su esposa, Nona, han guiado muchos Encuentros Matrimoniales, renovando y refrescando el vinculo matrimonial de cientos de parejas casadas. Aprovechando de sus estudios y ministerios de enseanza y guia pastoral en varios paises, Fernando ha dialogado, aconsejado y animado a muchas personas en diferentes situaciones y etapas de la vida. Su trato con cario y simpatia le invita a las personas a plantearle su perspectiva. Luego Pastor Fernando da consejos con fundamento biblico. Con el mundo sin saber discernir entre expresiones sexuales sanos y no sanos, es buen momento prepararse para tambien dar consejos segun la Palabra de Dios.
    Le va a gustar esta coleccion de ensayos y dialogos de Fernando Soto. Con los pies firmemente plantados sobre la roca, entrega el amor de Dios a los que tienen practicas y opiniones menos que santas.

    Do the Spanish-speaking brothers and sisters you know have actions and attitudes that honor our Lord? Perhaps the most divergent views among brethren in church have to do with sexuality. Fernando Soto handles the topic well, speaking always with respect and sympathy, always with the Bible as the standard. He teaches by example and by precept with this book, using dialog, reason, and the love of the Lord to persuade. His experience as a Bible teacher and pastor in several different cultures has given him opportunity to deal with many views on sexuality.
    Through the years Fernando and his wife, Nona, have guided many Marriage Encounter weekends, renewing and refreshing the marriage bond of hundreds of married couples. With the advantage of his studies and ministries of teaching and giving pastoral care in various countries, Fernando has dialogued, counseled, and encouraged many people in different situations and in different stages of their lives. His kindness and friendliness invite people to share their perspective. Then Brother Fernando gives them biblical guidance. Because most people of

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  • Things Your Mother Never Told You


    Counselor Kim Gaines Eckert writes about the breadth of a woman’s sexuality from a Christian and holistic perspective.

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  • Teaching The Birds And The Bees Without The Butterflies


    Has your child ever asked you a question that made you blush? Weren’t sure how to respond? The Big Talk is probably the most dreaded discussion any parent will ever have with their child. Most parents prefer to wait until the child is older to discuss sex while others simply avoid it altogether. The problem is, if you aren’t talking to your young child about sex someone else is, and it likely isn’t the kind of information you want them know! Although it may not feel like it, discussing sex with your young child really is a privilege. Embracing your role allows you to incorporate Godly sexual values as you teach the biology of it. And the best time to lay this foundation is before age 12. Teaching the Birds and the Bees without the Butterflies is a gift from one friend to another. It is designed to be a stress-free, easy-to-follow approach that will be a great resource for you. After reading it you may even look forward to talking about sex with your child. Too much? Okay, how’s this instead? By using the PARENT Approach included in this book you certainly won’t fear it as much as you do now. Filled with practical tools and actual dialogue and discussion examples, Teaching the Birds and the Bees without the Butterflies will give you the encouragement to courageously tackle this sensitive issue with confidence and allow you to shape your child’s sexual values before they reach the teen years. Be prepared when the time comes.

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  • Sacred Sex : Embracing Your Sexuality As God Designed It


    Sex isn’t everything that the world makes it out to be. It’s more.

    This is a book about sex, for those who think about it. And if we’re honest, that’s everyone. Sex dominates our popular culture to a degree we’ve never seen before. Our world tells us that our sexuality is ours to do with as we please. Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase YOLO – You Only Live Once! We’re meant to believe that since we only have one life, we should do whatever it is that we want with that life. But if we only have one of something, shouldn’t that mean that we treat it with care and use it as it was designed to be used? God tells us that our sexuality is valuable and needs to be treated as such. The unrestricted sex of our culture is only a shortcut to personal fulfillment and, sadly, a cheapened imitation of the real thing.

    Pastor Tony Evans refuses to let the voice of God be drowned out amidst the clamor of the crowd. Crafting an argument that draws on everything from the basic science of hormones to the original Hebrew language used in the Bible to describe sex, you will discover why your sexuality is so important and why misusing it can be devastating.

    Whether you are single or married, discover how to enjoy true intimacy – the real fulfillment and satisfaction that God intended.

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  • What Is The Meaning Of Sex


    Sex is a big deal. And in our postmodern, post-Christian culture, Christians are feeling the pressure to ditch their traditional beliefs and conform to society’s evolving views on sexuality and gender. Responding to the pressure with conviction and clarity, this book spells out the Bible’s teaching on sex from a biblical perspective, arguing that the ultimate goal of all human sexuality is the glory of God. After outlining key biblical standards and explaining the true purposes for sex (procreation, pleasure, love, etc.), the latter portion of the book explores controversial issues such as homosexuality, the transgender movement, and polygamy. Firmly rooted in the pages of Scripture, this book sets forth a compelling vision of sexuality that is both soul-satisfying and God-glorifying.

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  • Focus On The Family Guide To Talking With Your Kids About Sex (Revised)


    Sexual images saturate today’s culture–and children will learn about sex somewhere. But research shows that they want to learn from the parents they trust.

    Talking about sex doesn’t have to be a fear-filled challenge. The Focus on the Family(R) Guide to Talking with Your Kids about Sex shows parents how to talk with confidence to their kids about sex and sexuality. This candid resource is full of the latest information, practical insights, and age-appropriate answers to the questions parents and children ask about sex. Focus on the Family’s Physicians Resource Council, along with research from The Medical Institute for Sexual Health provides parents with the tools and empowering encouragement they need in order to communicate more effectively and biblically about sex, self-control, and self-respect at every stage of a child’s development.

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  • God Desire And A Theology Of Human Sexuality


    This work of constructive theology examines human sexuality in light of Christian faith and doctrine. Jensen moves beyond the hot-button social debates about sexual orientation and sexual practices to look for healing. The seven chapters consider Scripture and sex; the connections between the triune, covenantal God and human sexuality; Christ’s incarnation and resurrection as affirming the beauty of flesh; eschatology and sexual identity; the ramifications of the Lord’s Supper for human sexuality; vocation and Christian callings to marriage, celibacy, and singleness; and sexual ethics.

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  • Theology And Sexuality


    The SCM Core Text Theology and Sexuality provides a clear overview of the theological debate surrounding sexuality as broadly understood. It gives an outline of the major themes surrounding sexuality in theological perspective, focusing on key thinkers, concepts, and areas of discussion. This student-friendly textbook is aimed at theology students and ordinands studying at undergraduate level 3 and MA level who are undertaking modules on theology and sexuality, gender, sex and the human body. It is also accessible to Christian clergy and laypeople who wish to engage with issues of sexuality in congregations. The use of extensive glossaries, breakout definitions and examples makes the book accessible to those with little existing knowledge of contemporary debates on theology and sexuality. The book includes chapters on definitions of sexuality, sexuality in the Christian tradition, Christian approaches to marriage, celibacy and virginity and same-sex relationships.

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  • Moral Revolution : The Naked Truth About Sexual Purity (Reprinted)


    Sex. Purity. Virginity. Love. Moral Revolution seeks to inspire a culture of love, honor and respect with people who walk in purity, passion and power. This intimate and honest book addresses the root causes of purity issues rather than merely communicating to the masses to abstain from having sex. It will call you to a higher standard of living, imparting value for your heart and encouraging you to walk in all God has created you to be. Many who have given in to the power of peer pressure and the lure of distorted cultural values will find hope and courage to start over again.Moral Revolution is written for radical and passionate people who dream of being catalysts to a different kind of sexual revolution–one that transforms the way the world views sexuality, defines the unborn and embraces the family. Join the Moral Revolution!

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  • Batalla De Cada Hombre


    This book presents a practical, detailed plan for any man who desires sexual purity – perfect for men who have fallen in the past, and for all who want to overcome temptation in the future.

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  • Zimri Among Us


    C. Angela delicately, yet powerfully shares the emotional struggles of Christians who have fallen into sexual sin. She digs into the heart of the matter, the reasons why and how many have become victims of the enemy’s plot to keep them out of heaven. In the midst of this, Angela reinforces that God’s love for us and His desire for our bodies to be kept pure will never change. However, if one of His children slips, God’s arms are open wide to brush His children off, clean them up and receive them back unto Himself. C. Angela shares how God’s word gives victory over every sin. This is a must read for everyone within the body of Christ from teenager to senior citizens.

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  • Straight Talk With Your Kids About Sex


    In Straight Talk with Your Kids About Sex, Josh and Dottie McDowell draw on their decades-long love and concern for youth. Building on the Why True Love Waits campaign and utilizing up-to-the-minute research from Josh’s The Bare Facts resources, the McDowells provide a compact, easy-to-use guide to support parents in:

    *putting sex and sexuality in a biblical context of relationship to God
    *gauging their childs emotional and spiritual readiness
    *being alert to questions and opportunities
    *being direct and open without violating their childs emotions
    *proactively shaping their childs worldview in todays sex-saturated culture

    Working from their own experience with four children, Josh and Dottie give readers encouragement and solid information in the sometimes-awkward process of guiding their child into a healthy understanding of Gods gift of sex.

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  • Fantasy Fallacy : Exposing The Deeper Meaning Behind Sexual Thoughts


    Sexual and emotional fantasies tend to reveal certain areas of trauma, brokenness, and disillusionment that are yet to be healed.

    Many people, including Christians, look to their sexual and emotional fantasies as a road map to where they can find the fulfillment they long for. However these fantasies aren’t a reliable road map into the future, they are actually a rocky road map from the past.

    Shannon Ethridge, best-selling Christian author, certified life coach, and advocate for healthy sexuality offers fascinating insights into common sexual thoughts such as:
    *dating a much older man or much younger woman
    *connecting with strangers via cyberspace
    *gay and lesbian fantasies
    *fascination with pleasure, pain, and power

    Introduced in Genesis, God’s design for sex, beyond procreation, is to offer connection and pleasure for marriage partners. But also in Genesis is an outline of seven sexual fallacies that bring discord, pain, and brokenness. The Fantasy Fallacy helps explain the basis for these fallacies and offers insights to help expose not only the meaning behind them, but ways to face them, heal from them, and find physical, emotional, and spiritual freedom.

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  • Habla Claro Con Tus Hijos Sobr


    In Straight Talk with Your Kids About Sex, Josh and Dottie McDowell draw on their decades-long love and concern for youth. Building on the Why True Love Waits campaign and utilizing up-tothe- minute research from Josh’s The Bare Facts resources, the McDowells provide a compact, easy-to-use guide to support parents in the process of guiding their child into a healthy understanding of God’s gift of sex.

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  • Called To Love


    Christianity has long been regarded as viewing the body as a threat to a person’s spiritual nature and of denying its sexual dimension. In 1979, Pope John Paul II departed from this traditional dichotomy and offered an integrated vision of the human body and soul. In a series of talks that came to be known as the theology of the body, he explained the divine meaning of human sexuality and why the body provides answers to fundamental questions about our lives.

    In Called to Love, Carl Anderson, chairman of the world’s largest catholic service organization, and Fr. Jose Granados discuss the philosophical and religious significance of the theology of the body in language at once poetic and profound. As they explain, the body speaks of God, it reveals His goodness, and it also speaks of men and women and their vocation to love. Called to Love brings to life the tremendous gift John Paul II bestowed on humanity and gives readers a new understanding of the Christian way of love and how to embrace it fully in their lives.

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  • Sex Is Sacred


    Sex Is Sacred is an expose on the biblical stories of Genesis by Rev. Dr. Jones, which provides a groundbreaking perspective on the ideology of sex as depicted in the Bible. The purpose of this study is to give freethinking adults an opportunity to reconnect with the Church where they have become increasingly uncomfortable, or simply find a new spirituality. To quote the author, Young adults are tired of the same old doctrine of Hell, sin, and abstinence.

    God commanded, Be fruitful and multiply. As evidenced by the Ten Commandments, while he had a problem with married persons straying outside marriage, he did not speak to the sex lives of consenting single adults. After all, sex is the source of our existence; therefore, why should it be considered sinful, vile, or dirty?

    Reverend Jones encourages the Church to move forward into the twenty-first century, and not profess religious beliefs that are not in line with the real biblical stories. God did not see sex as a sin against him, then why should the Church?

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  • Codigo De La Pureza


    Jim Burns and Lucas Leys help young people discover the best that God has for their lives. They emphasize that the excellent from God goes beyond anything the world can offer.

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  • Deseo


    Estos libros nos ensean a aplicar con equilibrio, sabiduria y coherencia los principios biblicos, para enfrentar las dificiles situaciones cotidianas.

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  • Conjugal Act As A Personal Act


    SKU (ISBN): 9780898708448Donald AsciBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2011Publisher: Ignatius Press

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  • No Mas Dolores De Cabeza Disfr


    The book offers honest answers to the questions wives are afraid to ask. Gently and compassionately, the author helps women understand the difference between a man and a woman.

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  • Christian Holiness And Human Sexuality


    Chapter Outline:
    1 Scripture And Marriage By Katherine Grieb
    2 Scripture: Sexuality And Sexual Orientation By Wil Gafney
    3 Arguments From Tradition By Marilyn McCord Adams
    4 E Thics And Moral Theology By Ellen K. Wondra
    5 Ritual Considerations In Same-Sex Marriage By Louis Weil
    6 Ramifications By Michael Battle
    Updated Discussion Guide By Sylvia Sweeney
    Further Reading

    Additional Info
    Marilyn McCord Adams, Wil Gafney, A. Katherine Grieb, Louis Weil, Ellen K. Wondra, Rowan Smith, and Sylvia Sweeney, CONTRIBUTORS

    Christian Holiness & Human Sexuality is a study guide for Episcopalians who want to understand how all Christian people can exercise their baptismal vocation in the fullness of their sexual identity. This short booklet attempts to frame the discussion in a way different from how it has been addressed in many of the debates in our church and culture: How can we as Christians combine sexual expression with Christian holiness? Looked at afresh, what guidance do the Christian biblical, historical, theological, ethical, and liturgical traditions give us in answer to this question?

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  • Nobody Told Me (Reprinted)


    Teens have their whole lives ahead of them, but making poor choices can undermine their hopes for a bright future. Too many young adults look back on decisions they made in the heat of the moment and regret the path they chose–they wish someone had told them how premarital sex could negatively impact their future relationships. Here is a book to help teens make the right choices when it comes to sex, based on actual questions the author has received from real-life teens.Nobody Told Me is written for young men and women who want passionate, long-lasting marriages in the future but haven’t considered how the decisions they make now impact their chances for fulfillment. This accessible book contains information teens need about the physical, emotional, and spiritual risks associated with premarital sex, as well as guidelines for making healthy choices. Teens have questions about sex, and now there is somewhere to find the answers.

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  • Naked Surrender : Coming Home To Our True Sexuality


    1 At Home In The Body
    2 Whose House Are You?
    3 Laying A Sure Foundation
    4 Opening Doors: The Rigorous Beauty Of Romantic Love
    5 Housing Desire: Limits That Liberate
    6 Cleaning House: Intimacy And Authority
    7 Whole Houses: Offering The Real Self
    8 Home Alone: How The Practice Of Solitude Prepares Us For Others
    9 Zeal For His House: Broken To Serve

    Additional Info
    In this book pastor Andrew Comiskey draws on his experience leading the recovery ministry Desert Stream Ministries to share the experience of six individuals–some married and some single–as they journey through to sexual healing. He addresses a wide range of practical issues from sexual addiction and pornography to recovery from sexual abuse to same sex attraction. He also includes biblical, theological and psychological principles for healing with each story. Helpful for counselors and those struggling with sexuality on a number of levels, Naked Surrender offers strong grounding in a healthy approach to sexuality for today’s cultural context.

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  • Pure Eyes : A Mans Guide To Sexual Integrity (Reprinted)


    When it comes to sex and sexuality, men often find themselves in a losing battle against temptation. Whether it’s overt pornography or simply oversexualized images of women, media can be a man’s worst enemy. In this straightforward book, Craig Gross and Steven Luff help men understand and embrace the true purpose and role of sex in their lives. Whether single or married, all men must cope with sexual temptation–sometimes on a daily basis. This honest treatment of an uncomfortable issue will free men to experience forgiveness and renewal.

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  • Sexuality And The Sacred (Expanded)


    Christian discourse on sexuality, spirituality, and ethics has continued to evolve since this book’s first edition was published in 1994. This updated and expanded anthology featuring more than thirty contemporary essays includes more theologians and ethicists of color and addresses issues such as the intersection of race/racism and sexuality, transgender identity, same-sex marriage, and reproductive health and justice.

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  • Sexuality In The New Testament


    Loader looks at hotly contested New Testament passages on sexuality and offers a fair and balanced treatment of what scholars say about them. He also offers an analysis of why interpreters say what they say, and demonstrates how texts may be interpreted specifically to support a preformed opinion.

    Written in straightforward, non-technical language, this classroom text is also ideal for Bible study groups.

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