Overall rating and opinion of "Good Sexual Hygiene & Spiritual Attitude: Human Ethics" by Anthony A. Morris

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Charles Agbata 1 wrote: 30 Mar 2023, 22:33 This book has a wide view of hygiene via the aspect of sexual life and sanitation. This book deserves a perfect rating
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Owuamanam Eberechukwu wrote: 02 Jan 2023, 01:26 I am highly impressed with the book. The author is really passionate about effective writing and making the difference. The book is relatable and highly recommended for individuals in a relationship or intending to enter into a relationship.
This is encouraging. This book is also valuable for the children, adults and parents. As the book focuse not alone children but rather adults and parents' training as well. The good part is it provides solid foundations from the Bible to refute the childish ways to answer your children about sex.
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Brenda Creech wrote: 02 Jan 2023, 16:16 This is a great book to help parents talk to their children about sensitive subjects! I would give this book a 5 star rating!
Yes, this is great book to offer your children. Thank you for your ratings.
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It is a book for learning. In particular, when it comes to significant life events, parents are recommended to be approachable enough for their children to be honest with them. The writing of the author was simple. There were parts of it that were nonfiction. I found nothing offensive about this book.
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Aloe Crane wrote: 04 Jan 2023, 00:16 I don't know if I got the wrong book or something, but it feels like it. I compared the reviews here and the Amazon description with the book itself, and found that the book is just advertising for religious beliefs. Though I liked the parts that actually had to do with the content of the book, I felt like I was slugging through religious advertising for around seventy-five percent of the book. The writing style was fine, but I would've preferred the author not to feel as defensive about us non-religious folk, it put me off when they tried to blatantly convert me with sources and facts from at least thirty years ago. Again, I quite liked the author, but seeing opinions without facts just wretched my heart. This was clearly not much of a self help book for atheists, or anyone not of the same religion, as it is religious in its genre, which I didn't think would matter, initially. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone, simply because I felt like it did not answer any of the questions it set out to do.

I agree. It falsely makes claims with no supports and really is pushing a very specific religious view while. It was unsettling and off-putting.
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Particularly in the area of sexuality, which is a hard reality we must face, I believe this book has a lot to teach today's youth and parents. It is great that this book focuses more on teaching parents how to communicate with their children about their sexual health because sexual health is crucial and unfortunately under-researched. I have no problem recommending it to others.
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True! This book has broader perspective to the world.
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This book was an overall exceptional work of research and reality. I loved every bit of knowledge I got from this book
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I enjoyed the book and I think I know this pastor from TV. I think that for most Christians, the information is obvious, but entirely necessary, for clarity.
The section about teaching children about proper, Godly sex seems unique, and very pertinent.
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This is a super amazing book. I will very much recommend this book to anyone who find difficult to talk on sex education with his/her kid. The author 's writing style was very unique and it made reading this book less stressful. I love how the author tactically address the issue of sex in our society. I found absolutely nothing to dislike in this book. The cover page was lovely and I very much think this book deserves a full star rating.
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I enjoyed reading this non-fiction book. I appreciate how the author addressed the issue of sex and hygiene. I love the insight the author presented to assist the readers recognize the difference between the natural good laws of nature and the source of corruption. The conscience is the natural instinct to protect our own welfare and the welfare of other. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars l because it deserves it.
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This is a very vital book for the era we are in an the narrative style is so easy to flow with hence it is a five star book for me.
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I am very pleased with the book. The author touched a lot of topics that are relevant in today's society. It covers the spiritual aspect, sexual hygiene and ethics in general. It receives a perfect rating from me.
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Brenda Creech wrote: 02 Jan 2023, 16:16 This is a great book to help parents talk to their children about sensitive subjects! I would give this book a 5 star rating!
This is exactly how I felt about the book. A good tool for parents to teach their children these important lessons.
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This book has a lot to offer to bother parents, children and teenagers and the approach the author use is very relaxing and non-judgemental definitely it's a five star for me.
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