Sex, Lies & Religion (Enjoying The Freedom of Unconditional Sexuality)
Have you ever had an experience with God that exceeds your most wild and fulfilling sexual moment? If the answer is no, you are not alone. This book is a mysterious and arresting look at how the culture of religion turns love and desire into something you want to control.
In the book you will discover how to:
Randy Elrod – Has been married to his childhood sweetheart for over 30 years. The lessons learned from the highs and lows of their sexual and spiritual union provide a time-tested foundation for the truths found in this book. An Ordained Minister, he has three decades of pastoral and counseling experience – the last fifteen years in two mega-churches with over 16 thousand members.
Ken Edwards, MDiv, MA
– Has spent the last twenty years counseling hundreds of individuals
and couples through the various issues surround their relationships,
struggles with sexuality and spiritual abuse. Ken has earned a Master
of Divinity, Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling and a
Master of Arts in Religious Education all from Southwestern Seminary.
He has been married to Janet, his high school sweetheart, for 27 years.
Sex, Lies & Religion will show that a seductive God desires to know us intimately. As lover He calls for all of our spiritual and physical senses to come alive during this journey called life.
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