Theology of Sexuality and Sex

Theology of Sexuality and Sex Scholarly Paper Guidelines

The Bible is replete with references and teachings about human sexuality and provides critical insights into what constitutes healthy sexuality. In order to biblically and effectively teach and counsel individuals around sexual issues, counselors need to have a firm scaffolding upon which to do their work. Accordingly, a theology of sex and sexuality is the foundation upon which counselors counsel.

This assignment requires each student to develop his or her own personal theology of sexuality and sex that interacts with Christian and theological sources as well as secular sources. Do not write about how to counsel nor offer a psychological perspective on the sexual issue(s). The focus on a biblical theology of sexuality or sex; in other words, to understand what the Bible teaches about sexuality and sex. Address the theology of sexuality and sex paper from a broad or whole counsel of God perspective. Think about it in terms of how God meant sexuality and sex to be and how the Fall (Original Sin & subsequent sins) impacted both.

The paper is to be scholarly in nature; throughout the body of the paper students must interact with the theological as well as Christian-based literature on sexuality and sex. This is not an opinion paper. Content must be based in the literature and in an exegesis of God’s Word. Do not rely primarily on the textbooks of the course. Incorporate other Christian sources, commentaries, Bible dictionaries, word study books, as well as other scholarly sources. At least ten (10) scholarly references in the paper as well as the Bible, concordance, and commentaries. The paper should be no less than 8 pages and no more than 10 pages (not including title page, abstract, and references). It should be written in the current APA Style Manual (6th ed.), third person.

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