The Meaning of Sex Paperback
Christian ethics and the moral life
by Dennis P. Hollinger;
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The Meaning of Sex
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Dennis Hollinger argues that there is indeed an inherent, God-given meaning to sex. This meaning provides a framework for a biblical sexual ethic that adequately addresses contemporary moral issues. Written primarily as a textbook for Christian college and seminary courses in ethics and human sexuality, The Meaning of Sex provides a good balance between theological reflection and engaging discussion of the practical issues Christians (especially students) are facing. Part 1 lays the groundwork, discussing ethical theories and the competing worldviews that shape various approaches to sexual morality. The Christian worldview of creation, fall, redemption, and consummation is then applied to sex, followed by an exploration of the God-designed purposes for sex. Part 2 delves into critical issues: premarital sex, sex within marriage, homosexuality, reproductive technologies, and faithful living in a sex-obsessed world.
Dennis P. Hollinger (PhD, Drew University) is president and professor of Christian ethics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, and is a former pastor. He is the author of numerous articles and the author or series coeditor of several books, including Choosing the Good and Head, Heart, and Hands: Bringing Together Christian Thought, Passion, and Action.
The Meaning of Sex by Dennis P. Hollinger was published by Baker in June 2009 and is our 29076th best seller. The ISBN for The Meaning of Sex is 9780801035715.
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|Page last updated||28th April 2015|
|Author / Artist||Dennis P. Hollinger|
|Publisher||Baker (June 2009)|
|Number of Pages||272|