Hollinger composes for the foundation, seminarians, ministers, and church leaders demonstrating the best sort of outreaching grant: the supremacy of Scripture; watchful engagement with other Christian viewpoints, different religions and perspectives, science, and media; and a peaceful heart. As indicated by Hollinger, it is this cherishing God who has made people as sexual creatures and set up sex as a decent present for mankind.
Be that as it may, he is a long way from guileless about the products and risks of sex: “sex is a powerful force in life that can shatter dreams, destroy families, kill people, and break cultures apart. But it can also be a good and beautiful ingredient in building happy marriages, stable homes, secure individuals, and virtuous communities (20). Hollinger begins the book with a detailed discussion on the cost of sexual morality, this introduction shows us what is on the line when a culture pushes aside the deep importance of reverence for sex. Calling the world “sex crazed”(11) is just a start to his analysis on the culture and how we got to this point.
Sex has become a major part of our lives. We see it persevere through all aspects of our lives, especially in media. In marketing apparel, automobiles, PCs, and cameras there is perpetually some interest to our sexual senses.
The daily toll of family TV is loaded with sexual references and suggested or genuinely sexual acts. Sexual conduct that was covered up in the media wardrobe 10 years back is currently normal. One out of each four Internet searches is obscene in nature. The desires for an easygoing relationship frequently expect sexual relations. After starting to show the culture how it thinks of sex, the discussion on what God intended for sex comes into play.
It is in the importance of sex that we discover a structure by which we comprehend our sexuality as individuals. It is in the importance of sex, drawn certainly from divine disclosure but then in part known from human experience and history, that we find a system for directing our sexual lives.