Sex and sexuality are hot topics these days. But many single adults are tired of the "how far is too far?" approach because it doesn't go far enough. Why does the discussion stop at the physical? What about the deeper spiritual and relational aspects of sexuality? Pioneering Christian sex therapists Doug Rosenau and Michael Todd Wilson team up in this helpful and hopeful book about understanding sexuality and intimacy beyond what our "do it if it feels good" culture says it is. Providing a much-needed spiritual perspective to the sexuality debate, the authors tackle difficult topics from a biblical foundation to help single adults establish practical models for maintaining purity and creating a healthy sexuality. With real-life personal stories, Soul Virgins helps singles accept their sexuality as a godly discipline. Rosenau and Wilson provide a 3-D discussion of body, soul, and spirit that proves sexuality is ultimately more about relational intimacy than just the physical act of sex.
Originally published in Paperback by Baker Books.
|Publisher:||Sexual Wholeness Resources|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.80(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Rosenau maintains a full clinical practice in Suwanee, Georgia (Atlanta area). He teaches Human Sexuality and Sex Therapy nationally as a popular conference speaker and as adjunct professor at Richmont Graduate University, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Dallas Theological Seminary. As co-founder of the Christian organization Sexual Wholeness, Doug helped create the Institute for Sexual Wholeness that trains Christian sex therapists and educators.
Dr. Rosenau and his wife, Catherine, live in the Atlanta area. They have a daughter, Merrill, and a granddaughter, Caitlyn, who is the apple of his eye. Doug and Catherine enjoy antiquing and weekends at their cabin in the North Georgia mountains.
Learn more about Doug Rosenau at: http://SexualWholeness.com
Michael Todd Wilson, M.S., is a licensed professional counselor, life coach, and Certified Christian Sex Therapist with the American Board of Christian Sex Therapists. Michael Todd earned his graduate degree in counseling (M.S.) from Georgia State University and also attended Psychological Studies Institute, both in Atlanta, Georgia. He has also provided clinical supervision for graduate counseling students at both Reformed Theological Seminary and Psychological Studies Institute.
In addition to clinical practice in Suwanee, GA, Michael Todd is director and cofounder of ShepherdCare, a nonprofit ministry dedicated to helping those in pastoral ministry avoid burnout and moral failure by practicing healthy self-care through conferences and related services.
Michael Todd is a never-married single adult and lives in the Atlanta area. He enjoys playing board games, golfing with his dad, and daydreaming about driving on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Learn more about Michael Todd at: http://MichaelToddWilson.com