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EPUB ✺ Faithful  Author Beth Felker Jones – Tanitiyor.us
  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Faithful
  • Beth Felker Jones
  • 25 September 2018
  • 031051827X

Faithful Many Believers Accept Traditional Christian Sexual Morality But Have Very Little Idea Why It Matters For The Christian Life In Faithful, Author Beth Felker Jones Sketches A Theology Of Sexuality That Demonstrates Sex Is Not About Legalistic Morals With No Basis In Reality But Rather About The God Who Is Faithful To Us.In Hosea 2 19 20 God Says To Israel, I Will Take You For My Wife Forever I Will Take You For My Wife In Righteousness And In Justice, In Steadfast Love, And In Mercy I Will Take You For My Wife In Faithfulness And You Shall Know The Lord This Short Book Explores The Goodness Of Sexuality As Created And Redeemed, And It Suggests Ways To Navigate The Difficulties Of Living In A World In Which Sexuality, Like Everything Else, Suffers The Effects Of The Fall.As Part Of Zondervan S Ordinary Theology Series, Faithful Takes A Deeper Look At A Subject Christians Talk About Often But Not Always Thoughtfully This Short, Insightful Reflection Explores The Deeper Significance Of The Body And Sexuality.

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10 thoughts on “Faithful

  1. says:

    This book reflects the rigorous thought life of a gifted theologian who can communicate in a way anyone can understand Beyond the oppositional categories which characterize contemporary discussions of sexuality, Jones lifts the conversation out of the trenches and transcends sexuality as act approaches by raising larger concepts truth, goodness, and beauty Highly conversant with c...

  2. says:

    This 112 page paperback is a short, sweet, mildly sassy little thing Beth Felker Jones, professor of Theology at Wheaton College, has compiled a handy set of chapters in Faithful A Theology of Sex It s an easy to read dossier that takes on sex, both our birth sex and procreative sex, and is mature, unencumbered, and comprehensible.The working premise of Faithful is that sex has to do with who God really is and who we really are 13 that sex matters to God because bodies matter to God This 112 page paperback is a short, sweet, mildly sassy little thing Beth Felker Jones, professor of Theology at Wheaton College, has compiled a handy set of chapters in Faithful A Theology of Sex It s an easy to read dossier that takes on sex, both our birth sex and procreative sex, and is mature, unencumbered, and comprehensible.The working premise of Faithful is that sex has to do with who God really is and who we really are 13 that sex matters to God because bodies matter to God, because God created our bodies and has good plans for us as embodied people 18 This means, according to Jones, that the Christian faith is profoundly for the body and for the joys of the bodily life 22 The author hammers out the implications of her thesis, walking the reader through celibate singleness, faithful marriedness, and the goodness of sexual differentiation between male and female.Simultaneously, ...

  3. says:

    Beth Felker Jones teaches at Wheaton College and focuses on women s studies You couldn t have said that years ago about Wheaton, but it s a great thing This book is theology at its best pastoral, Biblical, succinct She doesn t touch ...

  4. says:

    A great book of the basic theology behind sex A very positive approach to understanding how sex fits into God s overall plan for people Excellent study resource for lay persons and small groups Good for young adults, as well.

  5. says:

    Basically this book was amazing So smart, so articulate, so faithful to the text and the nature of reality So many things I had heard and thought yes but all together And really interesting contemporary historical examples.

  6. says:

    A short but thorough book addressing the theology of sex that is very appropriate for married and single Christians As our culture tends to warp views of sex, this is a helpful recalibration.

  7. says:

    This feels like an important read amidst a culture that tends to disregard any connection between faith and sexuality She goes deep and wide Totally appreciated her insights on the importance of how we steered our bodies and our sexuality.

  8. says:

    A book on a balanced biblical sexual ethic that speaks freedom and joy over those who have swallowed the typical purity is your greatest treasure rhetoric Engagingly written and theologically rich I d recommend for anyone, either married or single.

  9. says:

    This book is a clear, easy to understand theology of sex that is accessible to ordinary persons without seminary training It is a short, well written book.

  10. says:

    In the past 60 days I was on a mission to find great theology books that are accessible to laypeople I wanted a book that is not obscured by academic and abstract jargon I wanted a book that is devoted to helping the reader and not waste time arguing ideas by dead theologians The search proved to bedifficult than I anticipated, but the books I found proved hidden gems Faithful Theology of Sex was one of the treasures I found.It took the statement by the Ordinary Theology Editor, Gene In the past 60 days I was on a mission to find great theology books that are accessible to laypeople I wanted a book that is not obscured by academic and abstract jargon I wanted a book that is devoted to helping the reader and not waste time arguing ideas by dead theologians The search proved to bedifficult than I anticipated, but the books I found proved hidden gems Faithful Theology of Sex was one of the treasures I found.It took the statement by the Ordinary Theology Editor, Gene L Greene to win me over But it took the grace and wisdom of Beth Felker Jones for me to sleep at 4 am binge reading Faithful I couldn t put away my phone, I couldn t stop talking about it And I believe both single and married people should read the book.Why do I say that Most of us we have a wrong belief about sex I thought sex was meant for me and my wife to enjoy Jones showed...

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