Roy C. Price, DMin, DPhil
Roy C. Price, DMin, DPhil, is a graduate of Westmont College in English Literature, Luther Rice Seminary (ThM, DMin), and Oxford Graduate School, USA. (DPhil in the sociological integration of religion and society.) He presently serves as Adjunct Professor of Pastoral Theology and Polity at the A. W. Tozer Theological Seminary, Redding, CA.
Dr. Price served various pastorates in rural, suburban, urban, and international congregations. He served in several regional elected positions of his denomination and two terms on the Board of Directors of the national organization of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, and also served on the Board of Regents of Oxford Graduate School, USA. Significant articles have appeared in Leadership magazine, Christianity Today, and the Alliance Life magazine. Roy and his wife live in northern California near their grandchildren.
God and the Sexual Metaphor
by Dr. Roy C. Price
This book puts forth a compelling argument against sex as a sport and for sexual activity within the boundary of marriage. The author states that God designed sex, not individuals or society, and that human sexual expression in the context of marriage is good in the sight of God. Dr. Price's purpose is to define the sexual metaphor used by God to describe His relationship with His people, and thereby understanding the boundaries established in Scripture for sensual expression. Using sacred writings as a guide to human behavior, and affirming a relationship with Jesus Christ, he discusses the benefits of following moral guidelines and the impartial consequences for contrary behavior. Parents, pastors, youth and youth workers can benefit from the study of this work, as well as anyone looking to shine a light on their own pathway.