Radner, Ephraim
January 2016
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan2016, Issue 259, p45
The article discusses the effectiveness of Christian philosophy related to sex that abstinence till marriage and faithfulness in it is the only solution in the present context where young people can avoid HIV diseases, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and emotional break down. It states that Christian organizations like Universal Chastity Education (UCE) based in Colorado have successfully carried this message to Uganda, Tanzania and Burundi in Africa, and influenced the youth there.


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