Sex and the End of Loneliness (7th) – Gospel in Life
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Sex and the End of Loneliness (7th)

Tim Keller |  December 10, 1989

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Topics:
  • Sexuality
Duration:
38:35
Scripture:
1 Corinthians 6:15-7:5
SKU:
RS 1-09

1 Corinthians 6:15–7:5

Our bodies are special because they are like a home for the Holy Spirit. In Christianity, we believe that sex is important and should only happen within marriage. This is different from other faiths and philosophies. We also see sex as a reflection of our relationship with God. We learn from this that clear communication and dedication in marriage are key. We’re also warned about the risks of using sex in the wrong way. Most importantly, we’re reminded that the greatest satisfaction comes from our relationship with God.

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