The Freedom Of Sexual Love (complete And Unabridged) by Joseph BirdThe Freedom Of Sexual Love (complete And Unabridged) by Joseph Bird

The Freedom Of Sexual Love (complete And Unabridged)

byJoseph Bird

Paperback | August 11, 1970

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"This is a love story. It is the story of sexual love, the love of man and woman united in the mystery of a sacrament which joins them in one flesh."

On this compelling note, Joseph and Lois Bird begin a detailed and sympathetic treatment of the Christian concept of sexuality in marriage. The authors examine--candidly and explicitly--the physical, psychological, and spiritual dimension of the marital union as well as the responsibilities of marriage.

A mature, comprehensive guide to the subject of human sexuality, The Freedom of Sexual Love covers all aspects of love-making with wholesomeness and reverence. The authors emphasize the inseparability of spirit and flesh in Christian marriage, stressing the involvement of the total personality. Thus, they consider fully the psychological and spiritual meaning found in sexual relations and the nature of man and woman as they interact as husband and wife. Throughout the book the authors stress that sexuality permeates every aspect of the human relationship in marriage and there is a need for the marriage partners to understand this fully. Drawing upon the countless experiences of the many couples they have counseled, and especially upon their own marriage, the authors have succeeded in portraying the marital union as a commitment in love.

The Freedom of Sexual Love is an invaluable reading experience for anyone married, about to be married, or contemplating the sacrament of marriage.
Title:The Freedom Of Sexual Love (complete And Unabridged)Format:PaperbackDimensions:200 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:August 11, 1970Publisher:The Crown Publishing Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0385043414

ISBN - 13:9780385043410

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