Crossway Books (2005) | ISBN: 9781581346978 | 276 pages | English | PDF | 1.3 MB
The Bible has a way of shocking us. If Americans could still blush, we might blush at the words, “Rejoice in the wife of your youth, a lovely deer, a graceful doe. Let her breasts fill you at all times with delight; be intoxicated always in her love” (Proverbs 5:18-19). But, of course, sin always tries to trash God’s gifts. So we can’t just celebrate sex for what God made it to be; we have to fight what sin turned it into. The contributors to this unique volume encourage you to do both: celebrate and struggle. This book has something for all—men and women, married and single—from contributors like John Piper, C. J. and Carolyn Mahaney, Mark Dever, Al Mohler, Carolyn McCulley, and others.
“Another Christian book on sex? This is so much more. . . . We don’t need another book on sex that’s all about us. We need to have our gaze lifted. We need to consider the God who made us sexual creatures for his glory. This book will help you form a Christ-centered, Bible-shaped understanding of sex. This is something we all need.”
Creation Books | 2002-12 | ISBN: 184068061X | 400 pages | PDF | 12,2 MB
Demons of the Flesh is a comprehensive and unflinching overview of the erotic initiation and sexual sorcery essential to the mysterious magical tradition known as the "Left-Hand Path." Part exploration of this taboo area, part manual detailing the actual mechanics of sex magic, the book draws on the pioneering studies of Aleister Crowley and Jack Parsons to penetrate the veil of secrecy surrounding the ecstasies and dangers of these practices.
From reviews of 'The Satanic Screen' by Nikolas Schreck:
'Schreck a widely accepted occultist authority, lends credibility and a palpable enthusiasm to the release, boasting both sound scholarly approach and aficionado's flare.' - Foreword
'Schreck's 'The Satanic Screen' provides the ideal, heavily illustrated guide to the Devil's numerous incarnations throughout the past century of film-making, referencing not just the obvious Hollywood mainstream, but Kenneth Anger, and Twenties German expressionists. The scope of Schreck's cinematic research aside, his broader knowledge of the occult and the significant influence of Aleister Crowley makes for a highly informed study.' - Uncut