(In both paperback and Kindle editions.
See the book reviews on Amazon)

A book about defeating BODY SHAME
with BODY ACCEPTANCE through encountering
godly wisdom from the ancient past . . . .

This story and its supplemental material confront modern society’s unhealthy body shame with wholesome body acceptance. The central issue in these conflicting attitudes is the naked human body itself. We who routinely see nonsexual nudity—in contexts of healthcare, figurative art and cross-cultural or counter-cultural experience—discover a realistic view of the body. But it’s quite a challenge to discuss the liberating truth we’ve found with those who suspect nakedness of being exclusively a sexually erotic event or who treat body shame as a "holy" virtue. This book nakedly exposes the ungodliness of both these popular ideas, and it does so in biblically sound and relevant terms.

(To examine sample portions of each part of the book, click on
"Why You May Want to Read MEETING AT THE RIVER")

Those who wish to use this book for a STUDY GROUP
on body acceptance, download the STUDY GUIDE
and the INTRODUCTORY LETTER to study-group participants.


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