Is it possible that there are real theological answers to sexual addiction? One guy that has dealt with addiction at great length is Ed Welch. He says that all addictions are worship disorders. My pastor Tal has echoed this sentiment and he deals with addicts on a consistent basis.
But theology seems to be in the land of navel gazing more than it is in the land of the real, the practical, and the desperate, right?
Could there really be biblical answers to the problems of everyday life that do not read like a hallmark card?
Could there be theological answers to sexual addiction?