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Sex and the Cynics

Paperback|Nov 2006
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This book uses popular culture to demonstrate Christian principles for life. Includes a biblical perspective on the subject of love and articles on its key aspects. It also contains study guides on relevant films, books or TV shows & an...


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This book uses popular culture to demonstrate Christian principles for life. Includes a biblical perspective on the subject of love and articles on its key aspects. It also contains study guides on relevant films, books or TV shows & an introduction to contemporary influential "thinkers". The search for true intimacy with another person is something everyone desires. However, that desire has been corrupted or lost through humanity's lost intimacy with God. That intimacy has been restored through Christ, but we still live with the consequences of "the fall". Contributors include: Nick Pollard, Steve Tilley, Annie Porthouse, Peter S. Williams, Tony Watkins, Steve Couch, Caroline Puntis and Louise Crook

This book uses popular culture to demonstrate Christian principles for life. Includes a biblical perspective on the subject of love and articles on its key aspects. It also contains study guides on relevant films, books or TV shows & an introduction to contemporary influential "thinkers"�. The search for true intimacy with another person is something everyone desires. However, that desire has been corrupted or lost through humanity's lost intimacy with God. That intimacy has been restored through Christ, but we still live with the consequences of "the fall". Contributors include: Nick Pollard, Steve Tilley, Annie Porthouse, Peter S. Williams, Tony Watkins, Steve Couch, Caroline Puntis and Louise Crook
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Nick Pollard

Nick Pollard is the cofounder and International Director of Damaris. He is an accomplished author speaker and broadcaster. He has written 6 books, appeared on many radio and TV programs, and has spoken in countless venues across the world.

Louise Crook

Louise Crook is co-author of Sex and the Cynics

Peter S Williams

Peter S. Williams (MA, MPhil) is a philosopher and apologist with several books to his name and a particular expertise in working with students. In addition to working with the Damaris Trust, Peter is Assistant Professor in Communication and Worldviews at Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication in Norway.
He has authored A Sceptic's Guide to Atheism: God Is Not Dead (Paternoster, 2009); I Wish I Could Believe In Meaning: A Response To Nihilism (Damaris, 2004); The Case For Angels (Paternoster, 2002) and The Case For God (Monarch, 1999).

Caroline Puntis

Caroline Puntis is a co-author of Playing God.

Tony Watkins

Tony Watkins is a speaker, trainer and workshop leader for the Damaris Trust, an organization that helps people relate contemporary culture and Christian faith. He serves as managing editor for Damaris's CultureWatch website and frequently reviews and writes about film, music, books and other media. He is based in Southampton, England.

Steve Tilley

Steve Tilley is a Church of England clergyman in Somerset. He works in a number of local churches trying to help them work out what it means to be a Christian today. Truth be told, he reckons the churches help him more than he helps them. In his spare time he cooks, reads, plays with keyboards, accumulates a ridiculous collection of unpopular music, does a bit of creative writing and restacks the dishwasher properly so it will work. He blogs at http://stevetilley.blogspot.com

Annie Porthouse

Annie Porterhouse is a Christian author, living in England. Her first two novels, published by Scripture Union, are Dear Bob and Love Jude.

She has also contributed to three other books (non-fiction) and had many articles published.

Steve Couch

Steve spent ten years as a church youth worker and writer in a variety of places, before joining the Damaris team. He is currently Managing Editor of RE Lessons Online, Editor of Talks To Go, and a Commissioning Editor for Damaris Publishing. Steve lives in Bournemouth with his wife Ann and their son Peter.

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