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What's the Big Deal?: Why God Cares About Sex (God's Design for Sex) Paperback – February 16, 2007
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Even though my son is 10 years old now I have decided to go back and purchase the two previous books to this one to go through with him. They certainly couldn't hurt!!!!
One example would be where the boy and the father are discussing why it is wrong for a boy to have pictures of naked or half-naked women plastered around his room. The answer given is right out of the liberal/secular playbook: objectification. This answer is not only illogical, it is not Biblical. Ironically the answer to this question can be given with a direct quote from no lesser personality than Christ himself. "If a man look at a woman to lust after her," Christ tells us, "He has committed adultery in his heart."
So the father should not only have quoted Christ but have explained to his son that, as we as a church are to preserve ourselves chaste virgins for Christ, so those women should be preserving themselves for their own husbands, and his son for his own wife.
Time and time again the book raises important questions only to answer them with a secular/liberal answer instead of a Christian one. 'Unwanted pregnancies' are spoken of instead of fornication, as if the real problem was that the woman might get pregnant, not that she was prostituting her body in a relationship with a man not her husband. Most blasphemously of all the subject of abortion is addressed as if it were just a 'difficult decision' instead of an act of murder.
Other reviewers have addressed the age issue and I believe they have dramatically missed the mark. Sex education, especially if addressed in a Christian and frank manner, using the medically correct terms, is best started very early.Read more ›
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Great book and was recommend by pastor. I would read it first and leave some stuff out depending on how mature your child is. Fantastic book an uses scripture and science.Published 10 days ago by Linda
This is a great series of books to teach growing children about sex in a developmentally appropriate way from the Christian worldview.Published 3 months ago by I'm With Chichton
not a bad series but seems to be too much info too young. my kids are not interested until way past the age they suggest.Published 6 months ago by freepeacelove
My 10 year old daughter read this book and we discussed it after each chapter. We had lots of necessary "growing up" conversations, and I am grateful that the book enabled... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jennifer