"The Sexual Revolution: History, Ideology, Power" by Peter J Elliott explores the profound shifts in sexual ethics over the past two centuries, examining the ideological underpinnings of these changes and their impact on society. Drawing from his extensive experience, Bishop Elliott provides a comprehensive history of the sexual revolution, from Enlightenment thought through Marxist movements to contemporary debates. Highlighting the Catholic Church's steadfast position amidst changing societal norms, this book serves as a vital resource for understanding and defending Catholic sexual ethics against the backdrop of widespread secularism. Through a blend of sound theology and practical insights, Elliott offers hope for redemption and renewal, presenting the Church's teachings as both reasonable and humane. This work is essential reading for anyone seeking to navigate the complex landscape of modern sexual morality with clarity and faith.