"Eros Defiled" Essay by Master Researcher

"Eros Defiled"
A review of John White's "'Eros Defiled", on the role of sexualityin our lives.
# 40263 | 900 words | 1 source | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 08, 2003 in Literature (General) , Gender and Sexuality (General)

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This paper is a critique of John White's 'Eros Defiled'. White's book, divided into the sections "Sin, Sex, and You", "Sexual Sins", and "The Church and Sexual Sin", offers extraordinary insights and guidance to Christians interested in navigating the hedonistic seas of contemporary society. Skilled as a counsellor and psychiatrist, White's advice speaks to the core oncerns of those disturbed by society's expectations and their relation to Christian responsibilities. While perhaps 'behind the times' in terms of its attitudes and willingness to discriminate between appropriate and inappropriate sexual behaviour, 'Eros Defiled' defines timeless truths about the role of sexuality in our lives.

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