If You Really Loved Me : 100 Questions on Dating, Relationships, and Sexual Purity
These days, virgins may be embarrassed by their lack of "experience" while non-virgins may feel it's too late for them. Men and women of all ages feel compelled to "take their relationships to the next level"--meaning they think it's time to have sex, not try on wedding rings. Chastity author and speaker Jason Evert addresses these issue, and dozens more, in If You Really Loved Me: 100 Questions on Dating, Relationships, and Sexual Purity. This landmark work features the most common questions Evert is asked when speaking about the virtue of chastity in hundreds of Catholic, Evangelical Christian, and public schools. His humorous, friendly and blunt approach opens hearts and minds to a topic often either rejected out of hand or misunderstood. Teens will find this book a useful guide to starting a relationship, deciding one's vocation, one day finding a potential spouse, and maintaining purity--without forsaking love. This book will give parents and educators new insights to help teens know the difference between love and lust. They may even look at their own lives differently, because as Evert explains, chastity is not only for singles; married couples must practice this virtue as well.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 132.08 x 203.2 x 25.4mm | 294.83g
- 01 Feb 2009
- Servant Books
- Ann Arbor, United States
- Revised ed.
About Jason Evert
JASON EVERT speaks internationally to more than 100,000 junior high, high school, and college students each year about God's plan for the gift of sex. He is the author of Pure Love, the best-selling booklet given to more than 100,000 pilgrims attending World Youth Day 2002 in Toronto, Canada. Evert obtained a masters degree in theology and undergraduate degrees in theology and counseling, with a minor in philosophy, from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He is a staff apologist for San Diego-based Catholic Answers, North America's largest lay-run Catholic apostolate for apologetics and evangelization.