UNDERSTANDING HUMAN SEXUALITY: Exploring the Purpose, Significance, Hazards, Perversion, & Legitimate Boundaries of Activating Sex

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 31, 2009 - Education - 135 pages
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Though sexuality is an important subject matter that should be taught in homes and in the church, it has been neglected and treated as inconsequential. Young and old alike look at sex as a taboo. The church and the home should be the most appropriate forums where sexuality could be openly discussed, but to the contrary, the message we have received from the church and the home is that sex is unholy and shouldn´t be discussed.
These key institutions have little or nothing to discuss about sex. This is especially tragic because the believers who have faith in God, who created sex and established its proper parameters, should be able to speak more intelligibly and confidently about sex than anyone else. Yet the community of believers is silent in the public forum in matters relating to sexuality whether because of embarrassment, confusion, timidity or a sense that the subject of sex is either too personal or not sufficiently “spiritual” for church to address publicly.
Mr. Ng´ang´a has addressed this subject openly and with ardent scriptural instruction. Understanding Human Sexuality is helpful to married couples and curious young people who have many questions about sex. It is also an instruction manual for parents in guiding their curious children on the subject.

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Esphan Ng'aNg'a is a gifted motivational speaker, lecturer, teacher and theologian. Mr.Ng'aNg'a addresses critical issues affecting individuals' social and spiritual development. He is the founder and director of Diplomat International Ministries (DIM). He has earned a degree in Bible and Theology from East Africa School of Theology and several certificates in leadership development courses. Mr. Ng'aNg'a and His wife Naomi are proud parents of two children, Samuel and Grace.

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