Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life And Sexuality
  • Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life And Sexuality
  • Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life And Sexuality
  • Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life And Sexuality
  • Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life And Sexuality
ISBN: 0801075971
EAN13: 9780801075971
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 18, 2019
Pages: 336
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
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   Informative But Beware
Pauley, Jr., said the book was "well written and very informative." It has an occasional misstep, augmenting scripture text to her point, and in doing so misapplying scripture. His main beef is quoting Timothy Keller, a self-proclaimed Marxist who is a self-proclaimed cultural Marxist as demonstrated by his own views on biblical social justice including promoting CRT within the church. Even if you don't find Mr. Keller, you can still sift through his writings in support of the divisive principles. Weinshallah, whom weevil Karl Marx worshiped.
 
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   Thought provoking and a page-turner
I learned about this book from hearing the authhor give a thoughtful interview on a radio show. Her writing is a continuation of the well-spoken, approachable and to the point woman I got to know through her interview. The book reveals and cuts straight to the undercurrents of ideology I had just blindly accepted, but did not agree with. I am halfway through and finding it to be a thought provoking and applicable book-turner about dignity, identity, the value of human life, and ways those ideologies are lived out.
 
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   A tour de force
I've been the best books I've ever read on the importance of the Christian worldview to restore the broken image of sexuality and the value of life that is so prestige in our time and age, he said. A valuable resource. This book includes a study guide to help students apply the concepts and learn the correct spelling.
 
5
   Brilliant book
I have eagerly anticipated each of his subsequent books, and once again, Thy Body Triumphle fulfilled all my expectations. Nancy Pearcey researches her subject matter, and thinks through difficult issues with both logic and sensitivity. Kline's book illuminates the deeper meaning of sexuality and family through the prism of ancient thought. If more conservative Christian Christians navigated today's world with even half of Pearcey's thoughtfulness and compassion, they would find much more receptiveness to the good news of Christianity, Myers said.
 
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   Incredibly rich group discussion
I've been taking a group through this book for the past several weeks, and on top of all the other benefits written about it in all the other reviews, it has provided a safe place for them to discuss what's going on in their real families, said Dr. Janet Grubb, director of the Child Evangelism Fellowship. The team started the meeting by asking each person if they had ever met a real person in any of these five areas. If nothing else, the bonds that took place talking about our lives were worth the price of the book. The book is a balanced and succinct work of fiction, Witt said. One woman screamed: "Where have I been? I didn't even know all this stuff was going on, Mr. Rule told the judge. This is helping us have loving and knowledgeable conversations with anyone, no matter how they feel about the issues, Raymond said.
 
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   Simplifies important and sometimes complex philosophical issues
This is a very nice introduction to worldview and the ways we conceptualize our bodies and the bodies of others, Raymond said. The book is best read in the first few chapters. This book is a good introduction to philosophy of ethics and a warning about the dangers of dual personhood theory. The last few chapters were a little too political, Morgenthau said. There were also some strong chapters on abortion, euthanasia and the hookup culture.
 
5
   Excellent Book, Incredibly Important Message
This book is by far the best. Such an important message, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of the NIH's Ames Research Center in California. It shows how a low view of the body has led to a lot of the problems in our culture today, and how a biblical worldview can bring a holistic view of the person as an integrated embodied being. He urged the bishop to "avoid complacency" and to "reach out to every Christian."
 
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