Cooper & Cary Have Words

#88 Flirt or Flee

August 13, 2020 James Cary & Barry Cooper Season 1
Cooper & Cary Have Words
#88 Flirt or Flee
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Cooper & Cary Have Words
#88 Flirt or Flee
Aug 13, 2020 Season 1
James Cary & Barry Cooper

James and Barry have words about lust. Is lust ok if it's directed at a spouse? Why was Hugh Hefner considered such a hero in supposedly enlightened quarters? And what weapons work best in the fight against lust?

Wired For Intimacy by William Struthers
The Expulsive Power Of A New Affection (free sermon transcript) by Thomas Chalmers

Hey you! Yes you, the attractive and intelligent one. Would you like longer, uncut versions of each new episode, in video format, several days in advance? All this will be yours, when you become a Cooper & Cary Patron. You also get lots of other exciting goodies, the chance to talk more about issues raised by the show, and the unbridled approval of other human beings.

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Our theme music is by Roger Taylor and his latest album is The Rubicon Moment. Production and incidental music by Cooper & Cary.

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Show Notes

James and Barry have words about lust. Is lust ok if it's directed at a spouse? Why was Hugh Hefner considered such a hero in supposedly enlightened quarters? And what weapons work best in the fight against lust?

Wired For Intimacy by William Struthers
The Expulsive Power Of A New Affection (free sermon transcript) by Thomas Chalmers

Hey you! Yes you, the attractive and intelligent one. Would you like longer, uncut versions of each new episode, in video format, several days in advance? All this will be yours, when you become a Cooper & Cary Patron. You also get lots of other exciting goodies, the chance to talk more about issues raised by the show, and the unbridled approval of other human beings.

To make sure you get the next episode of C&C, click "Subscribe" in your podcast app. And if you liked *this* episode, we're very grateful for your reviews of the show in the Apple podcast app.

Our theme music is by Roger Taylor and his latest album is The Rubicon Moment. Production and incidental music by Cooper & Cary.

Tweet us @cooperandcary, comment on our Facebook page, or go old skool and email us here.

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/cooperandcary)