The Sexual Reformation
What does it mean to be a woman or a man created in the image of God?
Many Christians don't have a good grasp of what their sexuality means. Many women in the church don't feel like their contributions matter.
Why is this?
The church is sadly still confused about what it means to be a man or a woman. While secular society talks about sexuality in terms of liberation, many in the church define manhood and womanhood in terms of reductive roles that rob us of the dignity of personhood, created in the image of God.
In her poetic, theologically contemplative style, Aimee Byrd invites you to enter the rich treasure trove of the Song of Songs as its lyrics reveal how our very bodies are visible signs that tell us something about our God. This often-ignored biblical book has much to teach us about Christ, his church, man, and woman. And what it teaches us is not a list of roles and hierarchy. It is a love song.
As it unfolds throughout the canon of Scripture, the meaning of our sexuality extends beyond biology, nature, and culture to give us a glimpse of what is to come. This meaningfulness reinforces our discipleship as we participate in the eschatological song.
In The Sexual Reformation, you will discover the beautiful message that our bodies—and our whole selves—are part of the greater story in which Christ received the gift of his bride, the church. Within the context of that story, you'll rediscover your sexuality as a gift.
About the Author
Aimee Byrd?is author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, and former coffee shop owner. Aimee is author of several books, including Why Can't We Be Friends?, and Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and Sexual Reformation. Her articles have appeared in?First Things,?Table Talk,?Modern Reformation,?By Faith,?New Horizons,?Ordained Servant,?Harvest USA, and Credo Magazine and she has been interviewed and quoted in Christianity Today and?The Atlantic.