Why God cares about your sex life.
Everyone is talking about sex. Be true to yourself—love whomever and however you want. The world claims to be affirming and inclusive. But Jesus says to deny yourself. Is Christianity repressive?
In How Should Christians Think about Sex?, Christopher Ash turns to the Bible to find the wisdom and beauty in God’s good design. What is marriage? What is sexuality for? Only God’s word makes sense of it all. Jesus’ way is better, more liberating, and more affirming. Experience the freedom that comes through living not for your own gratification, but for God’s glory.
This generation of Christians inhabit cultures that sometimes reject not only biblical revelation about reality but also the reality of reality itself. The Questions for Restless Minds series poses many of the toughest questions faced by young Christians to some of the world’s foremost Christian thinkers and leaders. Along the way, this series seeks to help the Christian next generation to learn how to think biblically when they face questions in years to come that perhaps no one yet sees coming.
Russell Moore, Editor in Chief, Christianity Today
If you’re hungry to go deeper in your faith, wrestle with hard questions, and are dissatisfied with the shallow content on your social media newsfeed, you’ll really appreciate this series of thoughtful deep dives on critically important topics like faith, the Bible, friendship, sexuality, philosophy, and more. As you engage with some world-class Christian scholars, you’ll be encouraged, equipped, challenged, and above all invited to love God more with your heart, soul, mind, and strength.
Andy Kim, Multiethnic Resource Director, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
We have written short books pitched at undergraduates who want arguments that are accessible and stimulating, but invariably courteous. The material is comprehensive enough that it has become an important resource for pastors and other campus leaders who devote their energies to work with students. Each essay ends with a brief annotated bibliography, intended for readers who want to probe a little further.
D. A. Carson, From the Foreword