Pastor and author Timothy Keller says the the "sexual revolution" that started in the 1960's was not the first sexual revolution. In fact, he believes it's a step back from the first, Christian sexual revolution that Jesus and his first century followers initiated. And while Christian sexual ethics might look more restrictive on the surface, he contends that they actually promote a much higher vision of what sex is and what it is for. Be part of an important week of conversations the Discover the Word group had with Tim Keller about "The First Christian Sexual Revolution."
Many people remember the 60s and 70s as a time of sexual revolution. In this chapter, the Discover the Word team reflects on a conversation with the late Timothy Keller about what he called “The First Christian Sexual Revolution.” Discover how Christianity restored God’s view of sexuality in the first century.
For thousands of years, people thought of God dwelling in a physical temple. But after Jesus’ resurrection, He sent the Holy Spirit to dwell within every believer. In this chapter, you’ll discuss how we ought to treat our bodies as temples of the Holy Spirit.
Marriage is one of the oldest institutions in human history. Yet some people argue that it’s nothing more than a piece of paper. In this chapter, you’ll explore why the commitment of marriage is such a treasured and necessary covenant.
In the beginning, God created both male and female. So why did He choose to make two genders? Are women and men really that different? In this chapter, you’ll discover how men, women, marriage, and singleness all work into God’s perfect plan for humankind.
When it comes to sex, many people claim––“it’s just physical.” But God’s design for intimacy involves an intricate union of body, soul, heart, and mind. In this chapter, you’ll hear the Discover the Word team wrap up their look back at some conversations we had with the late Timothy Keller about marriage and “The First Christian Sexual Revolution.”