Heaven's Song: Sexual Love As It Was Meant to Be
by Christopher West
Heaven’s Song is a journey through the "hidden” talks of Saint John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. These undelivered addresses, recently discovered in the Vatican archives, contain Saint John Paul II’s unedited reflections on the love poetry of the Song of Songs and the Old Testament marriage of Tobias and Sarah.
This exciting “new” material allows men and women in every state of life to discover the “great mystery” of their sexuality as God created it to be: as a revelation of his own life and love. If you are already familiar with Saint John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, you will delight in this new material. If not, this book serves as a superb introduction to Saint John Paul II’s revolutionary teaching and is certain to whet your appetite for more.
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