Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. 1 Peter 1:3
Looking at porn once meant subscribing to dirty magazines or visiting adult stores and theaters.
The Internetchanged all that. Now, with the click ofa mouse, a tempting array of pornographic images, movies, and conversation are freely available to computer users of all ages. In fact, sexis the most frequently searched topic onthe Internet. It's no surprise that one in five Americans admits to using the Internet to look at pornography.
That means it's very likely that someone you know and love isstruggling with the effects ofpornography. And Christians are notimmune.
Just One Click isfor those who struggle with sexual temptation on the Internet, and fortheir families, pastors, and friends. Using real-life stories and examples, Christian psychologists Robert Baird andRonald VanderBeck alert readers to the risks and consequences of cybersex,provide guidance from Scripture and the social sciences, and offer strategies toovercome the problem. They point toGod's creative, redemptive power that isavailable to all who want to overcome the destructive power of porn in their lives.
Questions for Reflection and Discussion at the end of each chapter make this a valuable resource for exploring the topic with your small group or on your own.
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