CBS Radio host Benji Cole interviews the author of the book “Understanding Human Sexuality in John Paul II’s Theology of the Body,” John Segun Odeyemi

John Segun Odeyemi, the author of the book “Understanding Human Sexuality in John Paul II’s Theology of the Body,” was featured and interviewed by Benji Cole of CBS Radio. The inspiration and theme of the book were discussed during the interview.

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John Segun Odeyemi is an accomplished theologian, author, and ordained Catholic priest from the diocese of Ilorin, Nigeria. He received his doctorate in systematic theology from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he is still closely associated with the department of theology. Odeyemi is the author of five books, each exploring theological themes with depth and insight. Some of his works include “Friendship, Dating, Courtship, and Engagement: A Handbook for Young Catholics” (Iperu-Remo: Ambassador Publishers, 2015) and “The Mass: Through Him, and with Him, and in Him” (Ibadan: Ebony Books and Kreations, 2018). “Pentecostalism and Catholic Ecumenism in Developing Nations: West Africa as a Case Study for a Global Phenomenon. (Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock, 2019)

“Understanding Human Sexuality in John Paul II’s Theology of the Body” is a thesis that uses John Paul II ‘s Theology of the Body as a framework. The focus for locating doctrinal development was a view through the lens of human sexuality. To analyze and explain why the Church is frequently seen by many as being archaic and out-of-date in her teachings and doctrinal position on issues of sexuality, marriage, sex, and family life in this context.

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