Holiness and Honor: A Reformed View of Sex and Marriage PCRT15 Anthology (mp3 Disc)
Holiness and Honor: A Reformed View of Sex and Marriage
Living in a society where ancient customs regarding gender, sex, and marriage are being swept away, it is vitally important for Christians to have a clear grasp of God’s design for human sexuality. And when it comes to sexuality, it is vitally important that churches provide teaching that transcends behavior but notes the biblical significance and God-intended purpose for this important aspect of human experience.
God’s gift of sex and marriage are inseparably joined in God’s creation design. However, what is the purpose? What is the pattern? Why does it matter so vitally that Christians pursue biblical marriages? Why are traditional values of gender, sex, and marriage being swept away? The 2015 Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology covers these questions and more in Holiness and Honor: A Reformed View of Sex and Marriage.
Holiness and Honor: A Reformed View of Marriage Anthology includes 15 messages:
The Wedding of Weddings by Richard Phillips
The Gospel and Wisdom Literature by Iain Duguid
Understanding the Song of Songs by Iain Duguid
Teaching and Preaching the Song of Songs by Iain Duguid
The Goodness of God's Design for Marriage by Iain Duguid
Gender and the Image of God by David Garner
The Honorable Institution of Marriage by David Murray
The Beauty of God's Design for Sex by Richard Phillips
Sexual Sanctification by Richard Phillips
The Marriage of Christ and His Church by Joel Beeke
Biblical Sexuality for Married and Single Christians by Timothy Geiger
Repentance and Restoration in Marriage by Joe Thorn
Not in my Church! Tackling Sexual Sin and Sexual Sinners with Gratitude by David Garner
Friendship in Marriage by Joel Beeke
God's Mandate to Men in Marriage by Richard Phillips
(15 mp3 files on 1 CD)
The Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology is the longest running national Reformed conference. It was started in 1974 by Dr. James Boice. It exists to glorify God through a rediscovery of the Church’s great doctrinal foundations.