Sexual Intimacy in Marriage

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Kregel, Dec 1, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 207 pages
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In a humorous and caring manner, Dr. Bill Cutrer provides medically and spiritually competent advice to the most common questions that couples would like to ask but often don't. This is not just another "technical manual" that leaves out the personal dimensions of sexuality.

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User Review  - Tressie Gulick -

I bought this book for a young couple in our church that just got married. My husband and I got the book back in April at a marriage retreat, and wished that we would have had it 16 years ago when we got married. So I thought this would make a good wedding gift. Read full review

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User Review  - Sandra - Goodreads

This book was ok. I already knew all the anatomy stuff as I took two separate courses at two separate universities on this topic. The rest of the book was written fine but not very interesting or ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

William R. Cutrer, M.D., is a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics. A licensed obstetrician/gynecologist who specialized in the treatment of infertility for more than fifteen years, he also holds a graduate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister. Currently he is the Gheens Professor of Christian Ministry at The Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He and his wife, Jane, have been married for thirty-seven years and have three children and six grandchildren.

Sandra Glahn, Th.M., is an adjunct professor at Dallas Seminary, where she edits the award-winning magazine Kindred Spirit. She is the author of the Coffee Cup Bible Studies series for women and the coauthor of seven books about marriage and reproductive issues. Sandra also serves on the board of the Evangelical Press Association and the women's executive committee for She and her husband, Gary, make their home in Dallas, Texas.