Pornography has permeated our society at every level. From public mediums like periodicals and films, to personal mediums like computers and phones, there is no escaping constant access to this terrible and oppressive sin. While the conversation on limiting access is common and important, careful attention needs to be placed on the effects of pornography on the physical nature of the person. While this problem pertains to all people, it is particularly sensitive when addressing men’s sin struggles. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler speaks with scientist and author William M. Struthers, about his new book on the effects pornography on the male brain. Though this sin can have devastating consequences, the Lord Jesus Christ offers real hope and forgiveness to those who are seeking freedom.
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