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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Raw intimate and timelya no holds barred celebration of our bodies that flies in the face of antiuated ideas about sex and gender A triumphGlennon Doyle One of the most important life changing books Ive ever readRachel Held Evans author of Searching for Sunday and Inspired Negative messages about sex come from all corners of society from the church from the media from our own families As a result countless people have suffered pain guilt and judgment. Like others I too ordered and read this book looking for wisdom Yes we need to have new conversations about sexuality and what it means to follow Jesus But I found no serious or critical interaction with either scripture or culture Instead the book reads like a not so thinly veiled justification of her own behavior an apologetic for her own journey Sadly while she claims to offer freedom and healing I believe she will lead people along a pathway toward deeper pain She promises healing of the broken places but some of us live downstream and have already seen the sadness and misery wrought by the way she advocates I hear deep sadness in her story and feel genuine love compassion and heartbreak for her If you are looking for a serious and thoughtful study please try reading either Divine Sex by Jonathan Grant or A Better Story by Glynn Harrison

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Shameless: A Sexual Reformation

Ternative understanding of Scripture passages that have been weaponized against Christians for decades Bolz Weber reminds us that sexual flourishing can and should be for all genders all bodies and all humans She shares stories poetry and Scripture that wage war on perpetual anxiety around sex by celebrating sexuality in all its forms and recognizing it for the gift that it is If youve been mistreated confused angered andor wounded by shaming sexual messages this one is for you. I gave this rating because reading this book is like receiving a hug from God if you happen to have grown up in a church culture which was all about don t gave you an unhealthy view of sex and sexuality This book isn t saying anything goes but it is saying a whole lot of stuff is healthy normalThere s alot of great storytelling in this book which seems mature settled than some of her earlier writing This is a pastoral resource rather than an aim to shock book As a church based community worker with young adults I can t recommend this highly enough

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In this instant bestseller Nadia Bolz Weber unleashes her critical eye and her vulnerable yet Shameless A Epubhopeful soul on the harmful conversations about sex that have fed our shame Bolz Weber offers no simple amendments or polite compromises Instead this modern day reverend calls for an inclusivity that empowers us to be loyal to people and perhaps most important ourselves Christianity is not a program for avoiding mistakes she writes It is a faith of the guilty With an al. I think this is one of the most passionate honest and co m passionate books on faith and sex that I have ever read I am old just wish this kind of honesty and compassion had been around fifty years ago


9 thoughts on “Shameless: A Sexual Reformation

  1. says:

    I don't know quite how to give stars to this book. I was anxious to read it and found it interesting. I was surprised at h

  2. says:

    My marriages were pretty disastrous. Counselors, both Christian and secular, told me to just allow my husband all the sex he wanted, whenever and however he wanted it and all would be better. Trite tips on how to parrot his requests to improve communication. I was always the aggressor, refusing to back down in my admonition that communication and sex weren't the real problems. My first husband was addicted to pornography. My second was men

  3. says:

    Like others, I too ordered and read this book looking for wisdom. Yes, we need to have new conversations about sexuality and what it means to follow Jesus. But, I found no serious or critical interaction with either scripture or culture. Instead, the book reads like a (not so) thinly veiled justification of her own beha

  4. says:

    20 years ago we started homeschooling our kids. I discovered I was an unschooler. Eventually, I learned there were different styles and flavors to homeschooling Some appealed to me others didn't. (Hang with methis relates to Nadia's Shameless). Eventually, I blended some ingredients and found the right homeschooling cocktail for us. Halfway into this journey a TV show that featured a homeschooling family with a lots of kids hit

  5. says:

    I think this is one of the most passionate, honest and co m passionate books on faith and sex that I have ever read. I am

  6. says:

    I knew when I cracked open this book that I would not like it, Bolz Weber has a reputation as the shock jock of so called liberal Christianity, and this book helps cement that reputation. Filled with theological errors and heresies m

  7. says:

    I gave this rating because reading this book is like receiving a hug from God if you happen to have grown up in a church culture which was all

  8. says:

    In the blurb on the back, one of the peer reviews says “.. this will heal many” and Shameless certainly did that for me. Many w

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    These days it is rare for me to read a book from cover to cover; to find the time, effort and energy to give a book the attention it deserves. But this book; wow. A thoughtful, engaging, heartfelt read. I am not sure if I agree 100% with all her theological beliefs but I find myself drawn to the warmth and hea