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The God of Sex: How Spirituality Defines Your Sexuality

by Peter Jones

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0781443725, Hardcover)

A placard carried in the San Diego Gay Parade said it all: "He's your God. They're your rules. You go to Hell." Clearly, there is no longer any commonly held ultimate authority. So merely quoting Bible verses at gays and other "sexual sinners" to prove they are immoral is equally unsuccessful, if not destructive.

For the sake of our young people, for the sake of our churches, for the sake of society and our world, Christians must understand the connection of spirituality and sexuality if we are to communicate relevantly to our postmodern culture. Jones gives an honest appraisal of contemporary sexual trends and puts them up against God's clear (and beautiful) design for sex as a spiritual expression.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:22:24 -0400)

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