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Tuesday, September 27, 2005 

Joshua Harris on "Recovering Sex"
Topic: The Long War

Reading: Basics of Biblical Hebrew
Enjoying: Gurkha
Listening: Switchfoot The Beautiful Letdown

Joshua Harris, author of Not Even A Hint, has recorded three mp3 recordings dealing with sexuality and dealing with lust in the Christian life. They are free to download. Go to the page for downloads by clicking here.

The titles of the lectures are "Does Sex Need to be Rescued?", "Are You Committing Pornography?", and "A Custom Plan for Fighting Lust." All three come recommended. Harris is speaking to a mixed audience - guys and girls - and speaks to the widest spectrum of lustful issues, including homosexuality. Happy listening.

Thanks for sharing that. It was fun reading it. :-)

Thanks for sharing that. It was fun reading it. :-)

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