The Purity Principle by Randy Alcorn
God's Safeguards for Life's Dangerous Trails (LifeChange Books)

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For thirty years Randy Alcorn has been encouraging people-young and old-to pursue the rewards of sexual purity. Too often we settle for a compromised Christianity that's just a baptized version of the world's sad existence, rather than the abundant life to which God calls us. This book deals with - raising children to embrace sexual purity - providing an example of purity in the home - protecting purity in dating (at any age) - and maintaining purity in marriage. Biblical, practical, and concise, The Purity Principle is a one-stop handbook for individuals, families and churches.

Some people have given up on purity. Some have never tried. Bestselling author Randy Alcorn shows us why, in this culture of impurity, the stakes are so high—and what we can do to experience the freedom of purity. Impurity will always destroy us; purity always leads to higher pleasures! Choose wisely. Let the insights of this amazing book—written for old and young, married and single—help you gain your footing on the path to truly lasting joy.

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About Randy Alcorn

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Randy is the author of Heaven which has sold over 4 million copies as well as the novel Courageous.Eternity with Kingstone Media is his first graphic novel.
Published February 19, 2009 by Multnomah Books. 98 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Impurity is always stupid.” Although, ideally, knowing that purity is morally right should motivate Christians to live pure lives, lots of Christians still live impure lives, writes Alcorn.

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