A Catholic account of sexuality is often misunderstood to be little more than a prohibition against a series of actions and perhaps a simplistic account of being man and woman. Such a view is an impoverishment of the rich anthropology that God has revealed about his beloved, especially since we were created to literally be 'God-like.' This semester will look at God's plan for being human and how that plan is lived out in our sexual natures. In addition to theological anthropology, we will also consider how we should act and how we can react to a culture that consistently lives in a state of self-idolatry.
Catholic Sexual Ethics: A Summary, Explanation, and Defense, 3rd edition.