This is a list of the former: Five books that either caught my eye, educated my mind, opened my networks to invaluable dialogue, or simply stimulated my sex craving curiosity button for more than a fleeting moment. – Sixth Edition, by Paul Joannides Here’s what Oprah magazine had to say: “You’ve never read a manual as warm, friendly, liberating, thorough and potentially sex-life-changing as The Guide to Getting It On.
Neither had anyone in our office, which may be why our copies keep disappearing” This book has been translated into over thirteen different languages and has sold over 650,000 copies. by Gary Chapman Chapman brings his over 30 years of experience as a marriage counsellor to his theory on how individuals express and interpret love.
The name of it is the Total War: Arena and it is soo good!
Don’t let the cover or title deter you if you haven’t taken that plunge into marital bliss (dare I use that word?
), as Gottman’s seven principles will reveal must see signs and behaviours for every relationship, regardless of its legal state. The Erotic Mind by Jack Morin Morin explores uncharted territory in the dimensions of human sexuality.
For the Churches of Christ, practices not present in accounts of New Testament worship were not permissible in the church.
In contrast, the Christian Church may consider any practice not expressly forbidden.