Sugar Coated Poison

Sugar Coated Poison

Author: Andrew Eli

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ISBN: 9798733445953

Page: 126

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This book " SUGAR COATED POISON" talks about the madness called sex, it also went ahead to examine the causes of sexual promiscuity, their types, how and why many fall prey to it and the terrible consequence it unleashes on its victims.

This book " SUGAR COATED POISON" talks about the madness called sex, it also went ahead to examine the causes of sexual promiscuity, their types, how and why many fall prey to it and the terrible consequence it unleashes on its victims. The book also examines the other ramifications of sexual pervasion like masturbation, lesbianism, homosexuality, incest, bestiality, prostitution and discusses how to overcome them.When you start reading this book, you would not want to drop it until you get to the end. It is educative, expository and informative. It is eye opening and challenging. The book should be in the library of every preacher, counselor, leader and social worker. It should be used as materials for seminars, conferences and symposium on this issue.



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