Sex and Heaven: Catholics in Bed and at Prayer
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Sex and Heaven: Catholics in Bed and at Prayer

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John Portmann examines what it takes to get into heaven, and why religions--Roman Catholicism in particular--place so much emphasis on sex and sexual orientation as a measure of a soul, making "correct sex" the key for achieving salvation above all other virtues. Even as the Vatican has acquiesced on the morality of slavery, and in 1964 officially admitted Jews into heaven...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published March 5th 2003)
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Someone borrowed this book before I could finish reading it. Basically a theological history of how Catholics have viewed sexuality through the ages. Full of fascinating research and insights.
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