I am looking for a recommendation on the Theology of the Body.
I have a son, two nephews, and a niece all within the ages of 16 to 18. The niece and nephews are not particularly “schooled” in the faith (they are Catholic) and my son seems a little “disinterested” in this particular topic. I had a discussion with my niece and nephews and they were shocked at the Church’s teachings on sexual morality and that all of these things participated in outside of marriage constituted mortal sins! They were very interested in our conversation and eager to learn so I feel obliged to give them (as well as their parents!) some materials on the subject.
So, my question is: What or which book would you recommend I give them: Theology of the Body Explained by Christopher West or Sex and the Sacred City by Steve Kellmeyer or would you have some other book in mind? It needs to be down to earth and in terms the kids understand not some heavy theological text.
I sure hope you can help me with this!