Faith sex

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Sex is generally of cardinal importance in religions. Religions have created moral codes, including directing who mates with whom, differentiating reproduction and sex, defining the purpose of sex, etc. We are sometimes told: Within marriage; sex is a divine gift, establishes deeper emotional bonds and thus points to oneness with God. Sex is a spiritual reality designed by God.

Sex + Faith

Sex + Faith Paper - Kate Ott : calypsatlantic.com

Talking with your child about sex can be scary! Section one explains how faith relates to sexuality and the essential role parents play in forming healthy, faithful, sexual children. The second section designates a chapter for four age groupings of children from infancy through high school. Each chapter explains the biological and developmental issues of the age, answers questions children tend to have, provides relevant Biblical and faith stories helpful to discuss with children of that age, and lists five to ten key educational issues for parents to keep in mind. Shaded text boxes are interspersed throughout the book with real life, practical questions that parents and children ask. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

Faith Forum: Is sex a gift from God?

Listen to the interview mp3. This interview is the second in a series profiling the leaders of the Faith and Reproductive Justice Leadership Institute launched in March, which seeks to highlight and strengthen the important work of faith-based leaders working for reproductive justice. You can see more on this project here. Through her work with local schools, community groups, and faith communities, Lyndsey has educated thousands of teens and adults on a variety of sexuality topics, including parent trainings and teen retreats. She has continued to work with the Carpenter Program in Gender, Religion and Sexuality at Vanderbilt and recently helped design and organize focus groups with local religious leaders on issues of sexuality.
Content beyond this site might not be appropriate for young adolescents. Please give us your email address before you download. This video explores the relationship between sexuality and spirituality and how people often use their religious beliefs, family traditions or cultural beliefs to help them make important decisions, including decisions about relationships and sex. People often use their religious beliefs, family traditions or cultural beliefs to help them make important decisions, including decisions about relationships and sex.