25 Questions You're Afraid to Ask about Love, Sex, and IntimacyDr Juli Slattery, Juli Dr Slattery, Julianna Slattery
Did you know that your spirituality and your sexuality are inseparable from one another? In 25 Questions You're Afraid to Ask About Love, Sex, and Intimacy, Dr. Juli Slattery addresses the questions of both married and single Christian women. With candor, grace, wisdom, and... Read More
- Store Only: Yes
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Oct 15, 2015
- UPC: 9780802413420
- Height: 0.43
- Width: 5.25
- Length: 7.50
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 224
- Publish Date: Oct 6, 2015
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 100
- Audience Age Minimum: 18
- Audience Gender: Female
- BISAC: "REL012050"
- ISBN: 0802413420
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- Great for learning more about what the Bible says about Sex by Erin on 12/2/2015
have been reading 25 Questions You're Afraid to Ask about Love, Sex, and Intimacy for the past few days and I have found myself almost unable to put the book down. We have been talking about sex in our Sunday School so this went perfectly along with what our teacher has been sharing.
The book covers many questions that many people have regarding sex such as "Why do guys care so much about sex?", "How adventurous can we be in bed", "How do I get past my shame?", and more. I appreciate that the book constantly refers to scripture to back up what the author is communicating instead of just writing opinions. The book stresses how sex isn't up to the man or up to the woman but is something to be shared together.
Sex isn't something to be ashamed about or scared to talk about. Sex is beautiful and wonderful when it's in the right setting as God has determined. I like how the book talks about all angles of shame and stress regarding our sexual identities and relays what God says about them. I think this book is great for single and married women alike as most of the information is relative to both.
I received this product to facilitate my review, all opinions are my own.
- Review from Rambles of a SAHM by Fitzysmom on 11/16/2015
That title caught my attention, and if you're reading this it obviously caught your attention too. Sexuality is all around us but unfortunately it is mostly exploited. So what is right and good and healthy for you as a Christian woman whether you are married or single.
Dr. Juli Slattery dives head first into all of those questions that we have but are too afraid to ask. It is a small book but the questions are deep and the answers even deeper. I appreciated the candor with which Juli answered the questions about subjects like masturbation, temptations, and adventurous activities. I cannot honestly think where else I would be able to get such Godly counsel on these topics. There are many voices out there saying do it, do it, do it, but Juli presents the subject from a biblical perspective that brings freedom rather than shame. By the end of the book I can almost guarantee that you will see sex as the beautiful gift that God intended it to be.
I'm an introvert by nature and I have to be honest and say that there is no way that I would ever purchase this book in a bookstore or check it out at the library. Instead I'd read it in an obscure aisle with something hiding the cover! Thanks to online shopping or e-reader downloads I can obtain and read this book without worry.
I can't recommend this book highly enough for every woman. It will leave you with a sense of peace as well as longing for this beautiful gift of God.
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.