Creation and Embodied Sexuality

Creation and Embodied Sexuality

November 2/3, 2019

The series continues by looking at the first chapter: Creation. We are made in the image of God. Our bodies are part of our resemblance of God and they are good. Our sexuality reflects God in nature and is intended for God’s glory being seen upon earth, both in our being made for ‘the other’ (relational) and relating to others (intimacy). This leads us into an engagement with the very nature of God as relational and intimate within the Trinity. Some topics addressed may include: the definition of love, body image, sexuality and difference, sexual wholeness as individuals (not needing marriage for wholeness), God’s intent within marriage, and the social-physiological aspects of intimacy and the sexual life.

Texts: Genesis 1-2; Matthew 19:4-6; 1 Corinthians 13:1-13; Ephesians 5:31-32


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