About our event
Is sex an essential element of a fulfilled and satisfied life? Is it a necessary marker of one’s graduation from childhood to adulthood? Does the call to sexual purity place unfair and unrealistic demands on the single Christian? Does the unmarried person require a special spiritual gift to not give in to their sexual desires?
Join two unmarried theologians for our LIVESTREAMED event as we consider how the world’s concept of sex as an essential part of our self-discovery, self-identification and self-expression compares with what God reveals about his purposes for human sexuality and his call to sexual self-control and holiness. Together we’ll consider whether it is truly possible for the Christian person to really live without sex.
Wednesday 19 August, 8-9:30pm.
Your lounge room! Please note: This event is livestream-only.
Please note: online bookings will close 12pm AEDT Wednesday 19 August. Instructions will be emailed to all attendees a couple of hours before the start of the event, so please ensure that the email address associated with your booking is correct.
(Churches and other groups: Instructions will be emailed to you the week beginning 27 July, as well as on 17 and 19 August. Apologies in advance: depending on how early you register, you will receive these instructions multiple times.)
About our speakers
Dani Treweek has just completed her PhD on a theological ethic of singleness and is the founding chair of the Single Minded Conference.
Chris Thomson is Lecturer in Old Testament and Ministry at Moore College.