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COURSE: Christ-based Counseling and Sexuality
Practicum Requirement:
Course Literature: Sex, Sexuality, and the Believer
Pre-requisites (if any):  

Understanding the Course Design: Candidates use the literature to respond to questions.  Questions are in chronological order throughout  the course.  Questions preceded with bracket statements require Biblical, spiritual, or counseling insight, and these
questions test the students ability to deduce, assimilate, and otherwise process a number of factors to answer the questions. 

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51. Who has the right to experience sexuality to its fullest?

52. What is a worldly saying concerning sex and marriage?

53. Who is the origin of this saying?

54. Who fully supports Christian married couples and great sexual intimacy?


55. What is the first principle concerning sexual intimacy?

56. Concerning creation, why would couples pray for God to enhance their sexual intimacy?

57. How do couples prepare for greater sexual intimacy?

58. Read the story of Mrs. Davidson's creative idea.  Why would her idea and activities enhance the relationship with her husband?

59. What is the typical believer fearful to ask?

60. Does the Bible discuss what married couples can do sexually?


61. Are there persons who attempt to place a restrictive view on what married couples can do?

62. How many Bible-based soul-bond principles does Dr. Davidson recommend?

63. Explain Spiritual Consciousness?


64. Explain Relational Implications?

65. Explain Pleasure via Pain?

66. Explain Violation of Public Law?

67. Explain Maintaining the Sanctity of the Relationship?

68. Why is using pornographic material (e.g., video, magazines, etc.) to cause sexual arousal a problem for couples?

69. What is "autopornography"?

70. Although "autopornography" did not appear to violate any of the soul-bond principles, how could it become a problem?

71. Does any of the text in the Songs of Solomon specifically relate to limitations on sex within the bounds of marriage?

72. What do some people believe the forbidden fruit represents in the Garden of Eden?

73. What forms of interpretation might lead a person to believe that the forbidden fruit represents forbidden forms of sex between married couples?

74. Unless otherwise stated or implied by the Biblical text, how is the Bible interpreted?

75. Who often used metaphors when he taught?

76. What are people doing who view Genesis as metaphoric or allegoric? 

77.  Given there view, is a day a day?  Is the sun the sun?  Are the stars the stars?

78. Given their view, what are the other problems concerning man and woman?

79. What does this form of interpretation do to the Book of Genesis?

80.What's the bottom-line of Scripture concerning sex?

81. What does sexual intimacy do for the married couple?

82. Does sexual immorality exist within the bounds of marriage --as shown within the soul-bond principles?

83. What do control and containment represent?

84. Give two suggestions commentators provide for the meaning of "possess his own vessel."

85. What do Biblical teachers and counselors warn believers concerning sexual immorality?

86. What is the "functional error"?

87. What is the major fear?

88. What is pornia?

89. There is such fear, what do leaders often neglect?

90. How does this neglect leave believers?

91. If the clause, "possess his own vessel" only refers to obtaining or controlling a wife, what is the obvious problem with such a view?

92. What is the weakness if the meaning is for believers to control their bodies?

93. What is one of the most difficult challenges for frustrated spouses and single believers?

94. Concerning singles, what does wisdom dictate?

95. Concerning sex, name the two notorious cliches?

96. Who is the origin of the term, casual sex?

97. What do believers practice when it is obvious that a person is not companionship worthy?

98. What often exceeds good judgment, and intellectual caution?

99. What do most adults recognize within a conversation or a single date?

100. Once a believer is sexually yoked (i.e., soul-bond) with a person lacking companionship qualities, what is required to loose the believer?


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