Eclipse of the Body - How We Lost the Meaning of Sex Gender, Marriage, & Family

Christopher West
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Ingram/Spring Arbor

The definitions of marriage, gender, sex, and family have been obscured, shadowed, and re-defined in today's culture. Why is this happening? What needs to happen in our culture for these things to become clear again? In this easy-to-read booklet, Christopher West provides insight into what lies at the heart of the chaos in today's world and how St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body provides a key antidote for the issues we face.

4.20 x 6.70

Christopher West is a renowned educator, best-selling author, cultural commentator, and popular theologian who specializes in making the dense scholarship of the late John Paul II's "Theology of the Body" accessible to a wide audience. As Founder of the Cor Project, he leads a global outreach devoted to cultural renewal through a dynamic and fresh proclamation of the Gospel. The graduate courses he teaches at the Theology of the Body Institute attract students from around the world. His extensive lecturing, numerous books, articles, video programs, and media appearances - millions have seen him on Fox News, ABC News, MSNBC, EWTN, TBN, Sirius XM and CBN - have sparked an international groundswell of interest in the Theology of the Body across denominational lines.

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