Monday, September 20, 2010

Wild Elephant book review

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Overgrown jungles? Stampeding elephants? Tarzan and Jane? That's what Christian families will find in this book to help shed the bright light of truth on today's dark and tangled ideas about male and female, proper gender roles, the law of chastity, and the God-given sexual appetite. Even more important is this book's emphasis on youth knowing their relationship to God and the basic principles of Christ's gospel, the application of which will counteract misinformation, prevent sexual sin, and open up much-needed spiritual resources like nothing else.

“This book is a thought-provoking and alarming commentary on what is happening in our sex-saturated culture. It deserves careful attention and has the potential to make an elephant-sized difference.”
—Dr. A. Dean Byrd, PhD, MBA, MPH

The early 21st Century is awash in a variety of sexual disorders; Wild Elephant can be seen as a kind of  literary antibiotic, working to protect the young from harm . . . and still manages to convey the wonders, mysteries, and rewards of a sexual life resting on Christian purity.

--- Allan Carlson, Founder and International Secretary, The World Congress of Families


Teen pregnancy, STIs, and emotional heartache due to extra-marital sexual activity do not strike those who embrace chastity. In a straightforward and light-hearted way, this book successfully guides parents in imparting this virtue to their children in the context of the Christian tradition.”
—Michelle A. Cretella, MD, Chair of the Committee on Adolescent Sexuality, American College of Pediatricians

“This is more than an important book for parents, teens, and church leaders; it is a MUST READ, a clarion call to every adult responsible for guiding children and youth through today’s licentious culture.”
—Kieth Merrill, Academy Award winning filmmaker
“There is no other book as engaging on sexual manners. It opens dialogue from a moral and spiritual perspective in a way that is least offensive and easily grasped. I recommend that parents get their hands on this book!”
—Dawn Stefanowicz, Author, Out From Under: The Impact of Homosexual Parenting

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