The Pornography Trap (2nd Edition)
Leaders both within the church and outside of it can deal with a sexual sin epidemic that is sweeping across churches today via the Internet and other venues. According to a Leadership Journal survey, almost two-thirds of all pastors struggle...
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Leaders both within the church and outside of it can deal with a sexual sin epidemic that is sweeping across churches today via the Internet and other venues. According to a Leadership Journal survey, almost two-thirds of all pastors struggle with Internet pornography. Men everywhere are living in bondage and fear of exposure.The Pornography Trap, 2nd Edition, is for pastors, leaders that may be flirting with this devastating addiction, or even those who counsel others who may have already crossed that line. Mark Laaser & Ralph Earle Jr. helps one understand the core issues related to sexual sin and give insight into developing a biblical view of healthy sexuality.
Ralph Earle (B.A., D.D., Eastern Nazarene College; M.A., University of Boston; B.D., Gordon Divinity School) es profesor emerito del Seminario Teologico Nazareno en Kansas City, Missouri, EE.UU. El doctor Earle es autor de numerosos libros de estudio entre los que destacamos "Como nos llego la Biblia", "Explorando el Nuevo Testamento", "Conozca a los profetas mayores", "Conozca a los profetas menores", y "Santificacion en el Nuevo Testamento".
Dr. Mark Laaser (PhD., University of Iowa) is an internationally known author and speaker. His first book was Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction. He has since written six other books, including Talking to Your Kids About Sex, The Pornography Trap and most recently The Seven Desires of Every Heart.
Dr. Laaser has ministered to hundreds of individuals and couples seeking sexual purity, consulted with numerous churches, developed treatment programs for a variety of hospitals, and conducted workshops and seminars worldwide. He is also an adjunct faculty member at several graduate schools including Fuller Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Debbie, started Faithful & True Ministries to counsel couples healing from sexual addiction.