"Where in the Bible does it say, 'Thou shalt not cut off thy neighbor's head with a chainsaw'? It also says in the Scripture that a husband is to love his wife as Christ loves the church. And Christ's love is a life-giving love."
In other words, West believes sex without the possibility of creating new life is a sin, and that using contraception is, if you will, a kind of a sexual bulimia.
"I want the pleasure of the act, but I don't want the consequences of the act, so I am going to vomit out my fertility," is how West describes the mind-set.
But West also believes sex without pleasure would be a sacrilege. In fact, he sees orgasm as a glimmer of salvation.
"Interestingly enough, John Paul II, long before he became pope, in the late 1950s, wrote that if a man is truly to love his wife he must learn how to contain his own climax in order to learn how to bring his wife to climax with him."
As a sexual manifesto, it may not be for everyone. But it is certainly revolutionary.
"Christians must not retreat from what the sexual revolution began," lectured West. "Christians must complete what the sexual revolution began."
Among a growing number of Christians, his message is finding a receptive audience.
"The problem is we have kicked God out of the bedroom. Do the math on that. If God is love, and we kick him out of the bedroom, then what's going on in your bedroom? It ain't love.
"We have to bring God and sex back together," said West.