The author’s goal for writing Sex Life and Home Problems was to help reconcile broken homes and to assist parents in teaching their children the fundamental principles of life, and their moral obligations to God.
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- Introduction by the author
- Teachings for young people concerning the fundamental principles of life
- Encouragement for parents in raising their children
- Title: Sex Life and Home Problems
- Author: J. Grant Anderson
- Publisher: Gospel Trumpet Company
- Publication Date: 1921
- Pages: 216
About J. Grant Anderson
J. Grant Anderson (1873–1927) was born near Union City, Pennsylvania. He married Edith Joy in 1895. In 1898, Anderson was diagnosed with the “white plague,” tuberculosis. He called upon his friend H. M. Riggle to pray for healing which God answered. From then on he responded to God’s calling to preach the Gospel for the rest of his life. In 1903, he was ordained as a Church of God minister. Anderson contributed to the Gospel Trumpet magazine beginning in 1916 and was on the Board of Directors of the Gospel Trumpet publishing company.