The Bare Facts
Sex is everywhere. And misunderstandings about it are even more pervasive. Whether you have questions of your own and don't know who to ask, or you are being asked questions and don't know where to turnthis DVD has the answers....
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Sex is everywhere. And misunderstandings about it are even more pervasive. Whether you have questions of your own and don't know who to ask, or you are being asked questions and don't know where to turnthis DVD has the answers. Bestselling author and speaker, Josh McDowell believes that no question is off limits and that knowledge, not ignorance, is the key to youthful purity and a fulfilling marriage and family. Josh builds on that approach with relevant, pertinent statistics, entertaining anecdotes, and real stories in this video dialogue.This DVD will be a very practical tool in the hands of anyone who is struggling, anyone who is curious, anyone who is nervous about asking a "dumb question," and most importantly, anyone who desires to learn how to honor God with his or her body. The Bible is clear on a lot of these issues and Josh's candor (and respect for young people) shines through as he shares these truths about sex. Much like Josh's apologetics books, this book will help equip a skeptical generation with the facts they are sorely missing.
Josh McDowell is an internationally known speaker, author, and champion of the 'Beyond Belief' Campaign. He is a travelling representative of Campus Crusade for Christ speaking to more than ten million people in at least 84 countries, including 700 university and college campuses.
Josh has authored or co-authored more than 90 books, including the classic A Ready Defense, Evidence that Demands a Verdict and Answers to Tough Questions
- :<div><p></p><p>1. Introduction</p><p>2. Isn't Abstinence A Religious Term? </p><p>3. Why Is God And The Bible So Negative About Sex?</p><p>4. Why Did God Even Create Sex?</p><p>5. What Does "purity" Mean?</p><p>6. How Do You Define "love"?</p><p>7. What Does It Mean When You Say, "god Is Love"?</p><p>8. What Is A Person's Most Powerful Sex Organ?</p><p>9. Can Sex Affect Or Change Your Brain? </p><p>10. Can Sex Keep A Bad Relationship Going?</p><p>11. Can Memory Affect Your Sex Life? Can Your Sex Life Affect Your Memory?</p><p>12. Is There A "good Feeling" Hormone?</p><p>13. Does Our Mind Have A "central Control" Center?</p><p>14. Hasn't Modern Medicine Pretty Much Eliminated Std's And Infections?</p><p>15. What Is The Most Common Std?</p><p>16 How Prevalent Is Hpv Among University Women?</p><p>17. Do Women Get More Stds Than Men?</p><p>10. Is It True That Young People Get More Stds Than Any Other Group?</p><p>19. Won't Condoms Reduce The Risk Of Getting An Std?</p><p>20. Even Though Neither Of Us Have Symptoms, Can We Still Have An Std? </p><p>21. Can't You Get A Shot Or Take An Antibiotic If You Get An Std?</p><p>disc 2</p><p>22. Is It Difficult To Get An Std?</p><p>23. Can Stds Be Linked To Serious Illnesses Like Cancer?</p><p>24. Can You Get An Std If You Are On The Pill?</p><p>25. How Can I Avoid Getting An Std?</p><p>26. Is There Any Relationship Between Premarital Sex And Mental Health?</p><p>27. Is It Okay To Have Anal Sex?</p><p>28. Is Oral Sex Really Sex?</p><p>29. Isn't Oral Sex Safer?</p><p>30. Can I Do Oral Sex And Still Keep My Virginity?</p><p>31. Isn't It Safe Sex If We Use Condoms?</p><p>32. Isn't Sex A "private Act" Between 2 Individuals?</p><p>33. When Do You Stop Enjoying Sex?</p><p>34. Isn't It Better To Live Together First?</p><p>35. Isn't Premarital Sex Really Great Preparation For Good Sex In Marriage?</p><p>36. Sex Is So Beautiful, So It Must Be Right?</p><p>37. Aren't My Hormones Too Strong? Isn't It Unrealisticto Wait?</p><p>38. I'm Not A Virgin...is It Too Late For Me?</p><p>39. Is Sexting Wrong? You're Not Hurting Anyone. It's Innocent Fun!</p><p>40. How Can I Be And Feel Forgiven?</p><p>41. How Can I Know The Person Loves Me?</p><p>42. How Do You Know God's Will?</p><p>43. How Do I Say "no"?</p><p>44. How Far Is "too Far"? Come-ons &amp; Come Backs</p><p>45. Summary</p></div>