Divine Sex

by Jonathan Grant (Author)P9780718093761, James Smith (Foreword) }


Divine Sex

Format: Paperback

Vendor: Brazos Press

Publication Date: July 21, 2015

ISBN: 1587433699

ISBN-13: 9781587433696

Number of Pages: 256

Weight: 0.78 lb

Dimensions: 9 × 6 (inches)

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The digital revolution has ushered in a series of sexual revolutions, all contributing to a perfect storm for modern relationships. Online dating, social media, internet pornography, and the phenomenon of the smartphone generation have created an avalanche of change with far-reaching consequences for sexuality today. The church has struggled to address this new moral ecology because it has focused on clarity of belief rather than quality of formation. The real challenge for spiritual formation lies in addressing the underlying moral intuitions we carry subconsciously, which are shaped by the convictions of our age.

In this book, a fresh new voice offers a persuasive Christian vision of sex and relationships, calling young adults to faithful discipleship in a hypersexualized world. Drawing from his pastoral experience with young people and from cutting-edge research across multiple disciplines, Jonathan Grant helps Christian leaders understand the cultural forces that make the church\'s teaching on sex and relationships ineffective in the lives of today\'s young adults. He also sets forth pastoral strategies for addressing the underlying fault lines in modern sexuality.

Author Info

Jonathan Grant (ThM, Regent College, Vancouver) is the leader of St. Paul's Symonds Street, one of the largest Anglican congregations in Australasia, located in the heart of Auckland, New Zealand. After beginning his career in law and investment banking, Grant pursued ordination training in the Church of England, serving in pastoral ministry at St. Mary's Bryanston Square, London.

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