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What You Didn't Learn from Your Parents About: Sex: A Guide to a Touchy Subject e-book

Author:

Matthew Paul Turner

Language:

English

Category:

Teenagers

Subcategory:

Religion & Spirituality

ePub size:

1140 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

NavPress (September 8, 2006)

Pages:

272

ISBN:

1576839400

What You Didn't Learn from Your Parents About: Sex: A Guide to a Touchy Subject e-book

by Matthew Paul Turner


Popular author Matthew Paul Turner takes a candidlook at this taboo topic through a refreshingly real approach. I appreciated the humor as well, but only to a certain point.

Popular author Matthew Paul Turner takes a candidlook at this taboo topic through a refreshingly real approach. Withhis signature style and humorous insights, Matthew tackles toughissues such as pornography and abstinence, while providing ideasfor pursuing sexuality, in singleness and marriage, from an honest,spiritual perspective. All of which can lead to a better understandof God's plan for sex, despite the awkward sex talk. When I started seeing jokes and humorous references more than once per page, it became almost tiring and hard to follow.

Matthew Paul Turner has made his mark as a force in the Christian children's book publishing market. His latest anticipated release is When I Pray for You, which will debut in February 2019. T Matthew Paul Turner has made his mark as a force in the Christian children's book publishing market

The newest book from Matthew Paul Turner presents his unique perspective on Christian sexuality.

The newest book from Matthew Paul Turner presents his unique perspective on Christian sexuality. What you didnt learn from your parents about sex: A guide to a touchy subject arms you with biblical sources, contributors options and as always Matthews own unique blend of tongue in cheek brutal honestly.

Includes bibliographical references (page 283)

Includes bibliographical references (page 283). The official Jesus section! -. - Christianity past - That's just churchy! -. - Pop culture and Christianity - Christianity and you - Appendix A. Answers to "Great pop quiz about American Christianity!" -. - Appendix B. Important dates in the life of Christianity.

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Matthew has done it again! This book is Christianity in a nutshell, which made me happy.

Christian Books & Bibles Christian Living Religion Religion & Spirituality Teen & Young Adult Theology. The topics include sex, politics, and money: all of the things your parents taught you to never bring up in public. What You Didn't Learn from Your Parents About: Christianity" is a great book for anyone who has ever scanned the landscape of American Christianity only to be left confused, cynical, or jaded. Matthew has done it again! This book is Christianity in a nutshell, which made me happy.

I asked readers What did you learn from your parents?  . My parents taught me that what I had or didn’t have was a result of work. If I wanted ‘extras,’ I had to work for them.

I asked readers What did you learn from your parents? Here are the 10 best answers; covering everything from being a bad musician to a good student. BUT if you’re willing to go the extra mile and do the work that 9. 99999% of people aren’t willing to do, you’re going to receive disproportionate rewards for it. That’s why I love that you were taught never to underestimate the power of a thank-you note.

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Sex seems to be everywhere in today's culture. This book tacklestough issues such as pornography and abstinence while providingideas for pursuing sexuality from an honest, spiritualperspective.
Thozius
I grew up in the "sex is only good in the context of marriage so we aren't going to talk about it --EVER-- until you're married, and while you're at it, go ahead and kiss dating goodbye" Christian theology of thought. Matthew used both humor and truth to weasel his way into my mind and heart and changed me forever. I was better prepared for marriage, a healthy sex life, and healthy sex conversations because of this book. I wouldn't pass this one along to your junior high cousin or anything, but mature Christians ready to take a long and honest look at something truly beautiful and God-created (I mean sex here, not Matthew's book :) should read this at least twice.
Yojin
I will start by saying that the further I got into this book, my opinions changed a bit towards the positive. I'm the kind of person who may only read 10-20 pages at a time, or at the most, 50-60 over a lunch break. If a book doesn't grab me within the first few sessions of reading, then it will likely end up being forgotten about and never finished. This book almost ended up there. Fortunately, I had a serious interest in the topic, so I persisted.

All of the information in this book will likely not apply to anyone, but everyone can find something in this book that applies to them. The topics run the gamut, from high school to college to single adult life to married life and even delves into addictions and lustful temptations. In case you haven't figured it out yet, this book is about sex from a "Christian perspective". I put that in quotes because there are so many books out there that claim this. I have a problem with a lot of these books. They all claim to be Biblically based, yet they sometimes head in opposite directions. This book is honest and does not claim to be the ultimate truth. It claims to be the opinion of one man and others that he has talked to, but he leaves the details to you.

Many other reviewers have praised the humor of the book. I appreciated the humor as well, but only to a certain point. When I started seeing jokes and humorous references more than once per page, it became almost tiring and hard to follow. Thankfully, if you stick it out, the content starts to shine through all of the humor.

As a whole, I would recommend the book. Although not all sections will apply to you, I bet it will help you understand others who struggle with those issues. It's never a bad thing to learn more about other people. The book is full of a lot of great information, advice and even a bit of hope for those who struggle. Matthew Paul Turner keeps the focus where it should be, on living your life as God intended you to. After all, don't you think that God might know what He's doing?
krot
Sex is a topic many christians are more than a little uncomfortable discussing. For many christians, this book delivers on it's title. Matthew Paul Turner gives not only the clinical information that no book about sex should be without, but scriptual advice on sexual topics, from a focus on having a 'holy and healthy' sex life. He draws from interviews he conducted (with both single, and married, christian women and men) and from his own life to show the reader that no matter the issue, question, or concern they may have, they are not alone. His presentation humourous in a way that's a little disarming, in a good way. Many people want to laugh when they're uncomfortable. Since one premise of the book is that too many christians are too uncomforatable talking about sex, it's only natural to throw in some levity to take the edge off a bit.
The publisher labeled this books as for 'twentysomethings', but there is value here for teens and married adults.He gives advice and encouragment for abstaining until marriage and how to make married sex the experience it was meant to be.
Kanek
An absolutely great read for all ages. This book is brutally honest and descriptive, which, at times, make the reader a bit uncomfortable, but it's the honesty that makes this book great. Mr. Turner does a great job of presenting really sensitive material in a light hearted yet serious spiritual manner. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in 1) learning more about how we can discuss sex as a Christian, 2) how to live a healthy sexual lifestyle as a Christian, 3) how to improve one's married sex life through the ideas and principles God has laid out for us. I have started to recommend this to my college friends because it has changed the way I have viewed married sex. I used to think it was a bad thing and the author has used the Bible as a guideline to really show the reader that God created this wonderful experience for our enjoyment and that we shouldn't be afraid to embrace it (in the correct way, of course). Mr. Turner's witty humor, vivid descriptions, and overall understanding of what the Bible has to say about sex, makes this book a must have for anyone who wants to grow and learn more about the topic of sex.
Rich Vulture
The newest book from Matthew Paul Turner presents his unique perspective on Christian sexuality. What you didnt learn from your parents about sex: A guide to a touchy subject arms you with biblical sources, contributors options and as always Matthews own unique blend of tongue in cheek brutal honestly. His easy going conversation style lays out various aspects of sexuality from masturbation to premarital sex, and of course tackles the question how far is too far, in a relaxed but direct manner. Jonathan Edwards would be furious. Though most of this book is appropriate for everyone, some of it focuses on married couples, and other parts you feel the overwhelming need to pull your bible out and see if some of his side bar biblical quotes are really in scripture. All in all, I highly recommend reading this book, its about time someone took a fresh approach to sexuality in the Christian community

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