IN DEFENSE OF PURITY
An analysis of the Catholic ideals of purity and virginity authored by philosopher and theologian Dietrich von Hildebrand. This book is based on a series of lectures by Dietrich in 1925. It is a book of theology and it is more dogmatic than moral theology, dealing with God's plans for human sexuality and the meaning of that plan within our life of grace. There are three parts to this book: 1-sex, 2-purity, and 3-the attitude of the pure in marriage. Paperback. 142 pages.