Course Overview

19
Sessions

6 Hours
38 Minutes

When it comes to sexual ethics discussions there often seems to be either a “Separation of Church and Sex” where one’s sexual behavior has little bearing on one’s spirituality, or a culture of asceticism based more on concepts of Greco-Roman Dualism than on the Gospel of Jesus.

In this study, we seek to recapture the beautiful balance found in Scripture between legalistic and libertine approaches to human sexuality and sexual ethics. Rather than focusing on WHAT Christians should think about sex, this course focuses on equipping Christians in HOW to think about sex.

Challenging myths and urban legends found within both Church and Culture, “To Know and Be Known” is an honest, candid, and unflinching overview of how our sexuality relates to our spirituality as men and women created in the Image of God.

Contents

Part 1: The "Separation of Church and Sex"

Part 2: Nakedness, Shame, and the Garden

Part 3: Jesus, Moses, Marriage, and Divorce

Part 4: The Sexiest Song of All

Part 5: Goat Hair, Sheep Teeth, and Pomegranates

Part 6: Garden Sex in a Desert World

Part 7: Lust, Longing, Desire, and Temptation

Part 8: Masturbation and Christian Ethics

Part 9: Egypt, Canaan, Corinth, and Rome

Part 10: Pagan Sex and the Body of Christ

Part 11: The Gospel and Same-Sex Ethics


Part 1: The "Separation of Church and Sex"


Part 2: Naked and Ashamed


Part 3: Jesus, Moses, Marriage, and Divorce


Part 4: The Sexiest Song of All


Part 5: Goat Hair, Sheep Teeth, Pomegranates


Part 6: Garden Sex in a Desert World


Part 7: Lust, Longing, Desire & Temptation


Part 8: Masturbation and sexual ethics


Part9: Egypt, Canaan, Corinth, and Rome


Part 10: Pagan Sex and the Body of Christ


Part 11: The Gospel and Same-Sex Attraction