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Making All Things New: Restoring Joy to the Sexually Broken

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Overview

Sexuality was a part of God’s good creation from the beginning. But with sin came a world filled with sexual brokenness. Thankfully, God is always in the business of restoration.

This book offers hope for both the sexually immoral and the sexually victimized, pointing us all to the grace of Jesus Christ, who mercifully intervenes each moment in our lifelong journey toward renewal. Author David Powlison casts a vision for the key to deep transformation, better than anything the world has to offer—not just fresh resolve, not just flimsy forgiveness, not just simple formulas, but true, lasting mercy from God, who is making all things new.

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Key Features

  • Contextualizes human sexuality within the Bible
  • Offers opportunity and guidance for growth in our view of sexuality
  • Presents a vision grounded in God's salvation plan

Contents

  • Getting Oriented
  • Making Renewal Personal
  • Renewing All That Darkens Sex
  • Renewal Is Lifelong
  • Renewal Is a Wider Battle
  • Renewal Is a Deeper Battle
  • Renewal Brings an Increasingly Subtle Struggle
  • Remembering the Goal of Renewal
  • Getting Down to Today’s Skirmish in the Great War

Praise for the Print Edition

David Powlison’s ministry to all fallen humanity is evident in this book. He calls those impacted by the pain and sorrow of sexual struggle and sin to repentance while finding refuge in the arms of our faithful Savior. Likewise, he presents to all who bear God’s image a picture of what God is doing to restore the beauty of sexual intimacy in the lives of his people.

—Timothy Geiger, president, Harvest USA; author, What to Do When Your Child Says, “I’m Gay”

Sexual sin can seem like a trap from which one can never escape. David Powlison brings good news to those caught in sexual sin, and to those who have been sinned against. This book addresses sexual sin not with shame and moralizing but with the gospel of Jesus Christ. We all need to hear the message of this book.

—Russell D. Moore, president, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention

I love David Powlison. Few living authors have shaped my approach to gospel growth, and even preaching, more than he has. Gifted Christian counselors like Powlison read the Bible in a unique way, laying open both the truth of Scripture and the foundations of the human heart, showing where one intersects the other. I have to think that if you heard Jesus preach in the first century, you would have assumed you were listening to a very gifted counselor. In this remarkably insightful book, Powlison offers gospel hope to those who have sinned through sex and those who have suffered through it. I am excited to provide this resource to people dealing with an area in which many first experience their need of the gospel.

—J. D. Greear, pastor, The Summit Church, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; author, Gaining by Losing: Why the Future Belongs to Churches That Send

  • Title: Making All Things New: Restoring Joy to the Sexually Broken
  • Author: David Powlison
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Print Publication Date: 2017
  • Logos Release Date: 2017
  • Pages: 128
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Sex › Religious aspects--Christianity
  • Resource ID: LLS:9781433556173
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2020-09-02T22:19:39Z

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David Powlison, M.Div., Ph.D (1949-2019) was a popular speaker, writer, and faculty member of the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation's School of Biblical Counseling. He also taught Practical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and edited the Journal of Biblical Counseling. Dr. Powlison has also written Seeing with New Eyes: Counseling and the Human Condition Through the Lens of Scripture, a 2004 nominee for the coveted ECPA Gold Medallion Award. In addition, he has written Power Encounters: Reclaiming Spiritual Warfare, and numerous articles on counseling.

 

 

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  1. Jeffrey J H Marshall
  2. Glenn Crouch

    Glenn Crouch

    6/8/2018

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    This short book started out quite well - I liked the Author's strong emphasis on Renewal, I liked that he avoided making sexual sin the Big SIN, I liked how he planned to include those who have been victims of sexual sin, and I especially liked that he was not going to emphasis gender - rather that both males and females commit sexual sin, and that both males and females are victims of sexual sin. However, I think the problem is that this is quiet a short book on a big topic - and doesn't really give references on where to go for further reading (besides Scripture of course). So I ended up feeling that too much time is spent examining / identifying the problem(s) - almost to the extent I was starting to feel depressed. Not enough time spent on the Renewal - and by that I mean, specifics. It almost comes across as a "one size fits all" - even though earlier the Author argued that this was not the case, and he does a fine job of describing what Sanctification is like in reality. I would've liked to see more emphasis on prayer, and more emphasis on being honest in prayer - I found that the Author seems to discourage "getting angry at God" even though many Psalms do just that. Maybe if the book was double the size - and perhaps a little less examination of the problem(s) - then I could've rated it higher. I was very hopeful when I read the description and that increased after the Intro and first chapter - sadly it did not continue...
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