Theology of the Body

Theology of the Body

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Theology of the Body

Based on John Paul II's profound teaching and presented by world-renowned speaker and author Christopher West, The Gift is a comprehensive system designed to lay a firm foundation for those who desire to learn and incorporate the Theology of the Body into their daily lives.

An Introduction to the Theology of the Body: Discovering the Master Plan for Your Life, is an eight-part, four-hour study designed to give you a solid understanding of God's plan for humanity—a plan stamped right into our bodies.

Most people have heard the "whats" of Catholic teaching, but very few have ever heard the "whys." With profound insight, Christopher West demonstrates that the Church’s teaching on human sexuality makes sense, and, in fact, is the very "logic" of Christianity—because it corresponds perfectly with the deepest stirrings and desires of the human heart. This study is for everyone searching for their ultimate purpose in life.

In this study you will:

* Learn why the redemption of our sexuality is the key to happiness.

* Develop a "new lens" through which to see the world with greater clarity.

* See how God’s mystery is revealed through the body and spousal love.

* Discover the truth behind the lies of lust and pornography and how they can be overcome.

* Learn the language of sexual love.

…and much more.

How is the Program Implemented?

Introduction to Theology of the Body: Discovering the Master Plan for Your Life program is divided into 8 unique segments that reflect the pedagogical approach of John Paul II's revolutionary teaching. Introduction to Theology of the Body has been granted the Imprimatur by Justin Cardinal Rigali, Archbishop of Philadelphia.

Each lesson can take anywhere between 60-120 minutes to complete, depending upon the individual pacing. Included with the online lessons is the full video content, paired up with the workbook text. The online version provides blogging, journaling capabilities and moments for reflection.

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