Sex and the Spirit | The Romance of Heaven and Earth (Copeland and Rosenberger)
Praise from The Christian Century:
"Copeland and Rosenberger have mature and worthy conversations about sexuality that, if shared, could enrich and illuminate a great many Christians’ lives in crucial, life-giving ways. They’re absolutely right: our incarnate, sexual selves are our Christian selves, and our sexual, incarnate self is our relational self, which relates to a spouse, to family, to friends, and to God." Read the full review.
Can Sex Be Holy?
Here is a frank conversation between two ministers about sex and the spirit, answering questions such as: Can sex be holy? Am I getting too old for intimacy? Is it possible to be spiritual and sexual? What do women fantasize about? What makes men tick? How can I put passion back into my long-term relationship? What does the Bible REALLY say about sex?
If you long for a life that’s sexually and spiritually fulfilling, you’ll be enlightened by Sex and the Spirit.
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About the Authors
Verlee A. Copeland is senior minister of First Parish Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, in York, Maine. She received her M.Div. from Yale Divinity School and D.Min. from Chicago Theological Seminary. She and her husband, Dr. Ellis Copeland, co-founded The Copeland Institute in Colorado, a retreat center for deep faith work. She loves wilderness adventures, mountain climbing, and kayaking.
Dale B. Rosenberger is senior minister of First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ in Darien, Connecticut. He received his D.Min. from Yale Divinity School. He has written several books, including Outreach and Mission for Vital Congregations (The Pilgrim Press). Rosenberger and his wife, Dr. Cecile Windels, enjoy life together in the New York City area, and can be seen rollerblading along the Hudson River.
Paperback: 272 pages (6 x 9 in.)