The words ‘holy’ and ‘sexuality’ don’t often find themselves in the same sentence. But, in Christopher Yuan’s new book, Holy Sexuality and the Gospel, that’s clearly not the case. In this week’s episode, Isaac talks with Christopher about what ‘holy sexuality’ means and how sexuality can be holy. As part of God’s grand story, each of us has desires and we need to talk about those desires in a biblical way, as God intended. Christopher and Isaac discuss how we should be approaching the subjects of sex and relationships with a biblical perspective and find freedom in our sexuality.


 

Who’s Our Guest?

Holy Sexuality with guest, Christopher Yuan

Dr. Christopher Yuan has taught the Bible at Moody Bible Institute for over ten years and his speaking ministry on faith and sexuality has reached five continents. He speaks at conferences, on college campuses, and in churches. He has co-authored with his mother their memoir (now in seven languages), Out of a Far Country: A Gay Son’s Journey to God, A Broken Mother’s Search for Hope, and he is also the author of Giving a Voice to the Voiceless. Christopher graduated from Moody Bible Institute in 2005, Wheaton College Graduate School in 2007 with a Master of Arts in Biblical Exegesis and received his doctorate of ministry in 2014 from Bethel Seminary. Dr. Yuan’s newest book is Holy Sexuality and the Gospel: Sex, Desire, and Relationships Shaped by God’s Grand Story.

Episode Links

If you would like to follow Christopher on social media, you can find him on Facebook at Christopher Yuan and on instagram, @christopheryuan.

For more information on his book, or to find out more about the other books he has published, you can go to Christopher’s website: www.christopheryuan.com.

Holy Sexuality and the Gospel is available for purchase and below, you’ll find the book trailer:

At the beginning of the episode, we referenced two episodes by Rosaria Butterfield and they’re available for you to listen here:
Ep. 159: Sexuality. Identity. Hospitality. Food. | Pt. 1
Ep. 160: Sexuality. Identity. Hospitality. Food. | Pt. 2