Does your body really matter? You are flesh and blood. It’s easy to forget this, living as if your mind and soul were all that mattered. But ignoring your body leads to an incomplete, ineffective life. God created us from the dust, and being physical beings in a physical world affects everything from our use of technology to our sexuality and our worship. In this provocative audio book, Matthew Lee Anderson explores how our bodies interact with our faith. How have recent generations of Christians been shaped by the culture around us in this regard? What can we do to push back? Through a deeper understanding of our physical lives, God can bring the dry bones of our faith back to life.
Matthew Anderson blogs at Mere Orthodoxy and Evangel. He graduated from Biola University’s Torrey Honors Institute in 2004 and spent a year studying at Oxford University. Matthew works at The Journey, a large nondenominational church where he does research and works in social media. He and his wife live in St. Louis, Missouri.
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