• The Death of Porn

  • Men of Integrity Building a World of Nobility
  • By: Ray Ortlund
  • Narrated by: Ray Ortlund
  • Length: 3 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (139 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Your battle against porn isn’t about porn. It’s about hope. 

Pornography may seem inescapable, but God can free us from its destructive power. The gospel replaces the dehumanizing lies of pornography with this surprising truth: God created us as royalty. How then can we reclaim our God-given identity to take a stand against - and ultimately starve - the predatory porn industry?

In The Death of Porn, Ray Ortlund writes six personal letters, as from a father to his son. Ideal for individuals and small groups, it will give hope to men who have been misled by porn into devaluing themselves and others. Through Scripture and personal stories, Ortlund assures listeners that God loves them the most tenderly in their moments of deepest shame. The Death of Porn inspires men to come together in new ways to fight the injustice of porn and build a world of nobility for every man and woman - for the sake of future generations.

©2021 Raymond C. Ortlund Jr. (P)2021 Crossway

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Voice is annoying but message is GREAT

I struggled with the readers voice and annunciation as well as his method of delivery; especially his and others reenactment/story telling. However; the overall message is great.

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Didn't drive me like I thought it would

Some of the information is well founded but overall I couldn't get on board with the book. Perhaps because the narrator/author talks about sexual information as if he were my grandfather (he states his age), his message did not resonate with me. Repeatedly he asserts that every female in/around pornography is being sex-trafficked, which he draws from for many of his points, and I do not agree. Some, yes; EVERY? No. Maybe thinking otherwise doesn't support the author's baseline however it loses direction when he keeps trying to found things on that statement.

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helpful

Despair is the feeling that seems to be a bad fellow of porn and sexual sin. this book does a good job helping yo lift your spirit out of the gutter. Simple read but with deep truths woven in.

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Foundational

It's not a step-by-step type. But it dives into identity, destiny, and one's capacity. Telling people what to do is one thing. Telling people they were made to be holy and pure is another.

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a book all men need

Ray steps into such a tough subject but one that has so many men in its grip and speaks as a dad loving his sons with the compassion of Jesus and the forgiveness available for all of us because of grace. we did this book as a men's study for our church group, and I recommend it for any man and as a resource for men's bible studies and meetings.

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Patranizing

While many true things were said I thought the tone throughout was patronizing. The author managed to quote C.S. Lewis and somehow make him not compelling. Basically all the truth which may be contained in the book was drowned out by how not compelling it was in delivery.b

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Was encouraged to read it by my counselor and I'm glad I did. As one who struggles with sexual sin, it helped me to understand God is for us, not against us.

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Real and different

Wonderful.listened to it with my son in one sitting. Life changing!! Fathers. Listen to it with your teen sons and older.

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I’ll re read this forever as long as I live.

This is the best read and wonderful teaching on how to view sexuality within the marriage and to enhance the fight against pornography and to bring forth deliverance for the men of our generation. Read this book! Buy this book! You wont be the same after!

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Phenomenal

So loving, caring, practical, and wonderful. I am in debt to this book. Ray is such a wonderful narrator.