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Publication Date: 2010
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BrendaWVAge: 35-44Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5God And Sex What The Bible Really SaysNovember 14, 2010BrendaWVAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Anytime I can read a book that may further help me understand the Bible and what God's word really means I am excited to read it, so I jumped at the chance to review God And Sex What The Bible Really Says by Michael Coogan. With that being said, even though it had me looking up a few scriptures, overall, the ideas presented in this book was quite different from my religious upbringing.
This book sheds a different light on the topic of sex in the Bible. He explains very simply how meanings can be lost in translation. For us to" know" someone means just that, to perhaps know them personally or know their work, but to "know" someone in the biblical sense means to know them sexually. It is easy to see how reading the Bible we should really know the true meaning of the word as it was used during Bible time. He goes on to tell us that in Hebrew time words such as hand, feet,nakedness among other terms could be used as euphemisms for male or female genitalia.
His covered subjects such as marriage, adultery, homosexuality along with a myriad of other sexual related topics. This book was an easy read, written so the average person could understand it, and included footnotes peppered throughout. He presents his ideas in a clear concise way, without sounding preachy.
While his interpretations vary from what I was taught in church, I still found this an interesting book to read.
Thanks to Hachette Publishing for providing me a copy for review.