Balancing faith and sexuality can be a difficult undertaking. As people grow, they are exposed to media which portray stories from all walks of life. Computers and phones have become tiny windows into an ever-expanding world of possibilities, opportunities, and sometimes dangers. It is easy to get lost in it all, and even to lose oneself. This course is designed to train students to examine various matters of human sexuality and secular sources in the light of New Church theology. Students will become partners in exploring how the theological writings of Emanuel Swedenborg can factor into modern conversations on sexuality. This course is intended for students with a basic exposure to the New Church and grasp of the Swedenborgian faith. A working familiarity with research tools in New Church theology is expected. By the end of the course students will be able to evaluate and explain various aspects of human sexuality within the framework of New Church theology.