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This book provides those kinds of instructions — and they are written from the female perspective, by a woman who has experiences the same kind of transformation shift in her own life. Ever since Eve demystified Adam, men have been baffled by the vagaries of women. Adele Green has written this book in the hope that she might help men understand , or at least unravel, some of the complexities of the opposite sex and assist women in their emotional development and evolution at the same time.
Highly recommended for individual Christians but also for pastors and church groups. In See Me Naked, Amy Frykholm takes us beyond simple indictments of, or blind allegiance to, Christian cultures to explore the complex, intimate intersection of sexuality and spirituality as it affects the lives of ordinary Christians. Recounting with care and nuance the life histories of nine American Protestants, Frykholm shows us the harm done by the rules-based sexual ethic now dominant, which alternately denies and romanticizes sexuality. But she also points to how American Christians might otherwise access their spiritual tradition to heal the divide between religion and sexuality.