Christopher West, the American apostle of St. JP2's Theology of the Body, hops on our show for some sexual healing. We talk the nuptial meaning of the body, tree sex, and Gomer making jokes like he's still in 8th grade.
- Word Made Flesh: A Companion to the Sunday Readings (Cycle C) | Ave Maria Press — Word Made Flesh A Companion to the Sunday Readings (Cycle C) Author: Christopher West
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- Amazon.com: Theology of the Body for Beginners: Rediscovering the Meaning of Life, Love, Sex, and Gender (9781635820072): Christopher West: Books — The first edition of this book was released in 2004 and instantly became an international best seller. In this updated, revised, and expanded edition, you'll have access to key insights gleaned from West's ongoing study on the subject, as well as wisdom from Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. You'll also discover brand-new insights on how to respond with clarity and compassion to the gender chaos so prevalent in our world today.
- Christopher West: Healing Our Sexual Brokenness - YouTube — Christopher West: Healing Our Sexual Brokenness
- Cultural Shifts in Sexuality: Christopher West — Cultural Shifts in Sexuality, from 100 years ago ankles made people crazy. 100 years ago if a man said 'i want to have sex with you' it meant he wanted to have a family with you.
- The Christian Meaning of Human Sexuality — The gift of human sexuality allows us to choose, or not to choose, to participate in one form of God's creation. This book presents the understanding of human sexuality that divine revelation offers us. It is intended primarily for Christian adults who wish to know not only what kinds of sexual behavior are right or wrong but also why such behavior is right or wrong for those who seek to follow Christ.
- Amazon.com: Sex and Virtue: An Introduction to Sexual Ethics (Catholic Moral Thought) (9780813213460): John S. Grabowski: Books — This book provides a theological foundation for consideration of the moral dimensions of human sexuality from a Roman Catholic perspective. Drawing upon key biblical themes such as covenant, discipleship, and beatitude, it proposes an understanding of covenant fidelity wedded to the virtue of chastity that provides a suitable framework for a Catholic and Christian approach to issues of sexuality in a contemporary context. What is needed to counter dominant cultural ideologies is a vision of sexuality as integral to the human vocation to communion as well as attention to the specific practices that enable persons to grow in moral goodness.