Theology of Sex and Sexuality: Choose a Topic

Theology of sex and sexuality
Introduction
George Wood (2013) asserts that by the Christian leaders devaluing the discussion on sexuality, they allow the world to brand the clergies as pleasure haters. Moreover, by not practicing sexuality as God intended, Christians miss out on an opportunity to demonstrate to the entire world on how much of a blessing marriage is and its contribution to the flourishing of God’s creation. As a result of the silence stance taken by most of the Christian leaders, the

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himself created sex and sexuality. He created a male and a female and offered a gift of sexual passion and intimacy for those that are married. There is, however, the need to refrain from sex outside marriage since it is biblically a reserve for the wedding and engaging in it when unmarried is contrary to its created purpose. Married couples should also enjoy sexual intimacy, understand and appreciate their sex since they are created in the image of God. There is need for the Christian leaders to offer guidance through demystifying the subject of sex and sexuality so as to encourage God’s people to appreciate and enjoy the God-given gift.

References
Aral, S. O., & Holmes, K. K. (1991). Sexually transmitted diseases in the AIDS era. Scientific American, 264:62-69.
Cornwall, S. (2013). Theology and Sexuality. Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd.
Davidson R. M. (1988). Theology of sexuality. Michigan: Andrews University Press.

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