Truth, Beauty, Love – by Wandia Njoya


SoS-2This discussion is a continuation of Curtis Reed’s workshop on The Soul of Sex workshop. The gist of the discussion is that experiencing our sexuality in righteous ways requires:

  1. resisting the temptation to disconnect our sexuality from our political, social and cultural lives
  2. understanding the connection between power and the distortion of our sexuality and relationships
  3. deliberately determining for ourselves what is beautiful and what is romantic.

The discussion uses various scriptural references and poems by people of the African descent from the continent and it’s diaspora. It also addresses contemporary issues such as how to deal with sexual temptation in the university classroom setting.

A copy of the same discussion in pdf can be downloaded here.

Yours in freedom,

Wandia Njoya

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