Sex God: Exploring the Endless Questions Between Spirituality and Sexuality

  • by Rob Bell
  • Narrated by Rob Bell
  • 3 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sex God, Rob Bell's follow-up to the best-selling Velvet Elvis, tackles the controversial relationship between sexuality and spirituality. Published as part of the Rob Bell Classic re-launch, Sex God explores the links between love, sex, and God. 'God and sex go together. You can't separate the two', says Rob Bell, because this physical world is intimately linked to deeper spiritual realities. And so, in order to make sense of sexuality, at some point you have to talk about God. With beauty and unusual insight, Sex God explores this connection.

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What the Critics Say

"Bell raises the bar with this evocative follow-up to last year's bestseller Velvet Elvis. "Is sex a picture of heaven?" he wonders. It's all about God and sex and heaven, he says: "...they're connected. And they can't be separated. Where the one is you will always find the other." Bell's book isn't a sex manual, an exploration of the differences between men and women or a marriage how-to, though all of that is here. Instead, it's the story of God becoming human, of humans mirroring God, and love made manifest in the chaos of our humanity. Sex God is about relationships revealed in a way that elevates the human condition and offers hope to those whose relationships are wounded." (Publisher's Weekly)

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

interesting ideas food for thought

like it gave me some interesting idea and concept to think about. would recommend to anyone who is struggling with sexuality and spirituality.
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- rachel

relaxed

it's so easy to listen to. a very relaxed a genuine feel comes over by the author.
inspiring and mindful. for me personally touching on the different options of sexualities in relation to some of the chapters would've been thought provoking and even essential but maybe for the author it proved too controversial. overall though, I loved it as I do all of his work.
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- karin santana

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-08-2012
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited