Originally published in 1996, a light-hearted analysis by an Anglican vicar of how sex has overtaken religion as a way of relieving the stress of living and gaining ecstasy. The religion of sex is shown to have subtly influenced modern ideals of marriage, nature, art, the clergy, and even basic notions of man and woman.
For Fear of Angels: How Sex Has Usurped Religion by Charles Pickstone
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Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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