50 Shades of Black and White: A Biblical Response to 50 Shades of Grey

For so many weeks I had been wondering why so many of the people I know read and talk about the book 50 Shades of Grey, especially girls, until I decided to Google it. Then there it was, "I see" I said to myself. I didn't like the theme of the book, sexual relationship. I did not read the entire book, but based on what I saw online, synopsis, blog posts and comments. To me it's about sex and promoting sex without love involved.

This morning, on one of the Facebook pages I follow called "I Want an Awesome Marriage", they shared about this 50 Shades of Black and White: A Biblical Response to 50 Shades of Grey that is currently being offered free of charge when you download it from Amazon.com.

Below is the book description from its Amazon.com page.

This book is not part of the 50 Shades of Gray series but is a Bible-based response and devotional book from a Christian perspective.

E.L. James trilogy 50 Shades of Gray has sold over 40 million copies. And though wildly popular with Christian readers, the content of the book can be damaging to our view of sex and our relationship with God. 

This book is not anti-sex. Let’s be honest. Sex is good. Sometimes it’s even great. It feels good and is the most intimate and expressive way of connecting between a man and a woman. But because it is also one of the least talked about subjects in church, we can view it as a subject that isn't relevant to God or our faith. 

This book is a Christian response to the best-selling 50 Shades of Grey in an easy to read, 50 day devotional format. These Bible-based readings will help you delve more deeply into what God's Word says about sex, our lives, and our faith in God.

The book is a downloadable version (Kindle Edition) published by TheBiblePeople.com on September 6, 2012. I strongly recommend reading this book.

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