Sense and Sexuality

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Doubleday, Dec 1, 1988 - Religion - 336 pages
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The overarching objective of this book is that the reader will recover the sense of sexuality as a gift--which implies risk-taking to achieve freedom. The authors call for a more incarnational attitude toward sexuality, a spirituality that is more comfortable with the flesh.

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Contents

The Possibilities 1 Making Sense of Sexuality
5
The Good News About Sex
22
Eros and Sexuality
40
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Whitehead is a developmental psychologist with a doctorate from the University of Chicago. She writes and lectures on questions of adult development and aging, leadership development and collaboration in ministry.

James and Evelyn Whitehead, long associated with the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University in Chicago, over the past twenty five years have lectured extensively throughout the US, Canada, Australia/New Zealand and Hong Kong. James is an historian of religion. Evelyn is a social psychologist. Their books have been translated into French, Portuguese, Chinese and Korean. Their unique combination of Christian theology and the psychological disciplines brings a distinctive approach to the spiritual journey and religious life. They have coauthored a dozen books, seven of which remain available in print. Their two best selling books are Christian Life Patterns (100,000 copies in English, French and Chinese) and Method in Ministry (30,000 copies in English, Korean and Chinese).

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