Intended for Pleasure

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F.H. Revell Company, 1981 - Religion - 256 pages
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In this revised version of his well-read book on sexuality in Christian context, Dr. Wheat identifies the sexual problems people are hesitant to discuss and provides insights and solutions. He brings a perfect balance between the theoretical and the practical.

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Review: Intended for Pleasure, Fourth Edition

User Review  - fruskie -

This book is very practical, appropriately written, and from a biblical point of view. It is well worth a husband and wife taking time to read together. It is a very good introduction to the topic. Read full review

Review: Intended for Pleasure, Fourth Edition

User Review  - Channah -

It is one of the best books ever. Sex is not shameful as often portrayed, and it is very nice that someone wrote a book for Christians. I give this book often as a wedding gift to couples. I have ... Read full review


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About the author (1981)

Dr. Ed Wheat is a family physician and a certified sex therapist. Together with his wife Gaye and counselor Gloria Okes Perkins, he has produced several popular pre-marriage and marriage counseling books and video courses. His bestselling books include "Intended for Pleasure, Love Life, "and "How to Save Your Marriage Alone.

Gaye Wheat has presented Christian Home seminars with her husband, Ed Wheat, MD.

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