Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?
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Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?  -     By: Sam Allberry

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Christians are increasingly seen as outdated, restrictive and judgmental when it comes to sex before marriage, cohabitation, homosexuality, gender identity or transgender rights. In fact for many people, this issue is one of the biggest barriers for them considering Christianity.

Sam Allberry, author of many books including Is God Anti-gay sets out God’s good design for the expression of human sexuality, showing that God himself is love and that only he can satisfy our deepest desires.

It is a great reminder of the Bible’s positive blueprint for love, sex and marriage and ideal for giving away to people who may see this as a stumbling block for belief.

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Title: Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?
By: Sam Allberry
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Good Book Company
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 7.80 X 5.08 X 0.47 (inches)
Weight: 6 ounces
ISBN: 1784982776
ISBN-13: 9781784982775
Series: OCCA
Stock No: WW982775

Author Bio

Sam studied theology at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford and has served on staff at St Ebbe's Church, Oxford, and St Mary's, Maidenhead. He is now pastor at Immanuel Church, Nashville. A popular conference speaker, Sam has written several books, including What God Has To Say About Our Bodies, Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?, and 7 Myths About Singleness.

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Given all the controversies and challenges surrounding sex I am delighted to welcome this bold, wise and sensitive treatment of the issues at stake. This is a book capable of changing opinions, altering viewpoints and, ultimately, rescuing lives. Thank you Sam Allberry! -- J. John (Speaker + Author)

Clear, wise, biblical, pastoral and in places very funny, Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With? gives an excellent answer to one of our generation’s most pressing questions. If it’s something you’ve asked, wondered or even just heard, Sam Allberry’s brief and thoughtful book will be a great help. -- Andrew Wilson (Teaching Pastor, King's Church London; Author, God of All Things)

Clear, careful, compassionate and compelling - Sam's analysis of the sexual culture and why it matters to God is a message for every human being. Buy two. At least. You'll need them because I guarantee you won't want to pass on your own copy. -- Adrian Reynolds (Head of National Ministries, FIEC UK)

Sam Allberry writes with clarity and empathy about one of the biggest questions of our day. His honesty and sense of humour cut through the stereotypes and platitudes we might be used to hearing about sexual relationships. Here is a counter cultural voice challenging us to consider afresh the Christian Faith and ultimately a relationship with God amidst the changing landscape of culture we find ourselves in. -- Amy Orr-Ewing (Director of OCCA; author of Millennials)

In this rich and provocative book, Sam Allberry explores how the yearnings of our hearts, the instincts of our bodies, and the complex cravings of our minds point us to something we want even more than sex. You can read it in an evening. But its effects could last a lifetime. -- Rebecca McLaughlin (Author, Confronting Christianity)

This book is characteristic Sam Allberry: practical and vivid, humorous and clear, faithful and compelling. And remarkably timely. For the Bible’s sexual ethic, rightly understood and embodied, is not just true; it’s also beautiful. And contrary to popular belief, it’s good news for the whole world. Sam shows us why. -- Matt Smethurst (Gospel Coalition reviewer and Master of Divinity student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

In a day in which very few are trying to answer the question this book asks with biblical clarity, I am grateful for Sam's courage and insight. This book will serve a generation that's either confused or ignorant of why sex matters and what God's good design is all about. This book will help us understand the beauty, protection, and plan that God has put in place. -- Matt Chandler (Lead Pastor of Teaching at The Village Church in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and Executive Chaiman of the Acts29 Board.)

A new series of short books published by the Good Book Company in partnership with OCCA has been hitting the shelves – and Sam Allberry’s contribution is this one. Engaging with a question that relates to a huge area of discussion within and without the Church, Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With? is a brilliant introduction to what Christians should think about sex, and engages carefully and firmly with range of objections. -- Thomas Creedy

It’s a question that’s often assumed, if not asked outright, by people who aren’t Christians. The question itself can be a little perplexing for Christians: what do you mean “obsessed” with sex? Aren’t Christians known for more important things, like what they think about Jesus Christ, or the Bible as God’s Word? While the question may sound odd to Christians at first blush, the substance of the issue remains. For many people, what Christianity teaches about sex is, frankly, strange. Sam Allberry’s newest book, Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?, seeks to address this issues in a clear, pastoral manner, helping readers understand the beauty and aim of God’s design for sexual union. -- Scott Corbin

Sexual assault is an issue we just can’t overlook or avoid. When someone is sexually assaulted, we demand justice and rightly so. Most of us know deep within that a violation of sexuality is a violation of personhood. Yet, in today’s culture, we also see a lot of confusion on matters of sexuality. -- Jesvin Jose

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