In the beginning, God created Adam. Then he made Eve.
And ever since we’ve been picking up the pieces.
Loveology is a theology of love from God’s point of view.
The five sessions start with God’s design for marriage and works backward, dealing with sexuality, romance, singleness, and what it means to be male and female. Pastor and writer John Mark Comer shares about what is right in male/female relationships—what God intended in the Garden. And about what is wrong—the fallout in a post-Eden world.
The Loveology video-based Bible study is for anyone who wants to learn what the Scriptures have to say about sexuality and relationships and for people who want to ask the why questions and get intelligent, grace-and-truth answers.
As you walk through this five-week study, you will come to better understand what God fully intended back in the garden. By comprehending the brilliance behind God’s original plan for love and marriage and sex and romance—if we can redefine that fuzzy, amorphous, confusing word “love” and look at it through the lens of Jesus—your marriages and relationships will be radically altered as a result.
This study guide contains video notes, individual or group reflection questions, and between session personal applications to enhance your journey through the video study.
- Love (13:00)
- Marriage (22:00)
- Sex (12:00)
- Romance (16:00)
- Singleness (18:00)
This pack contains one study guide and one DVD.
|Contributor(s)||John Mark Comer|
|About the Contributor(s)||John Mark Comer
John Mark Comer lives, works, and writes in the urban core of Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Tammy, and their three children, Jude, Moses, and Sunday. He is the pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown: A Jesus Church, which is part of a family of churches in Portland. Before planting Bridgetown, John Mark was the college pastor at a megachurch and played in a band. John Mark has a master's degree in biblical and theological studies from Western Seminary and is the author of Loveology and My Name is Hope.
|Publish Date||Feb 4, 2014|