Since the Reformation, Protestants have confessed that the church is reformed and always reforming. But do we really believe this? Especially when it comes to sexuality?
What if, in trying to be faithful to the beauty of God's design for man and woman, the church has instead latched onto a pagan concept of human nature and missed the theological meaning of our sexes?
Through an exploration of the Song of Songs, Aimee Byrd examines what this often-ignored book can teach us about Christ, his church, man, and woman. The church is ripe for a sexual reformation, and recovering a good theological footing is imperative to it. Byrd invites you to enter into the Song's treasures as its lyrics reveal the point of it all--- not a list of roles and hierarchy, but a love song.