Glynn Harrison speaks on the beauty of God’s plan for sex and analyses the impacts of the Sexual Revolution.
Q. In what ways have Christians failed to present a biblical view of sex?
A. I think our main failing is that we perpetuate a shame culture around sex, linked with ignorance, fear and avoidance.
…In Christianity, for centuries, our beliefs, our convictions, our ways of life about this, have been pretty much mainstream. We have not had to sustain them, to make the case over and over again for them, we have not had to fire our imagination about why do we believe this, we just did, and they just rolled on. The sexual revolution overturned all that, and suddenly we were left with the shame, the fear, and the ignorance, but we need to put in something better in is place.