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Sacred Sex: A Spiritual Celebration of Oneness in Marriage

by Tim Alan Gardner

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Although I'm not married, I found this book very interesting and informing. For so many years I've heard in church "Sex is bad. Don't do it". But sex is good and designed by God for us to enjoy. It was so nice to read a different view of sex by someone who is a Christian. ( )
  jenndiggy | Feb 25, 2010 |
This book offers a perspective that could help not just marriages but also our cultures messed up perspective of sex. It's been fun to watch my kids and their friends (8-11 yrs old) see me reading a book with s-e-x in the title. It has given me plenty of opportunities to tell them that sex is a gift from God intended to be fabulous when used as intended - just like gifts they receive at Christmas. Read more at http://twurl.nl/onfiv4 ( )
  lbigcrum | Jan 31, 2009 |
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