2 edition of Why marriage? found in the catalog.
Simon Louis Katzof
|Statement||by S. L. Katzoff ...|
|LC Classifications||HQ734 .K33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||32010404|
Why the Marriage Plot Need Never Get Old. By Adelle Waldma n. Novem the lovers generally need a whole book to get together just because one or both has not yet learned to. The book is a little repetitive and mean on the polemics, but a good summary can be found in Gallagher’s article in City Journal (autumn ), “Why Marriage Is Good For You.” Yet more evidence has accrued since then, including from the Harvard Study of Adult : Tzvi Freeman.
In her article, "Why Marriage Matters," Caitlin Flanagan provides a powerful, prudential defense of traditional marriage. Reflecting on the painfully public infidelities of Governor Sanford, Senator Ensign, and others, Flanagan laments the state of marriage in America and shows why its deterioration should concern us all. This Momentary Marriage unpacks the biblical vision, its unexpected contours, and its weighty implications for married, single, divorced, and remarried alike. “The aim of this book is to enlarge your vision of what marriage is. As Bonhoeffer says, it is more than your love for each other. Vastly more. Its meaning is infinitely great.
Marriage is a means of serving and glorifying God. Young women who view marriage as their chief goal are turning the wedding and the married state into an idol. God planned for marriage to be a blessed state of mutual service to Him.” God established marriage as a covenant, not a contract (Malachi ; Proverbs ). In Seven Reasons Why God Created Marriage, Pastor James Ford, a seasoned marriage counselor, walks readers through the Bible and shows them seven purposes for which God created exploration will reveal timeless truths upon which readers – whether engaged or newly married – can build a solid foundation and strengthen the pillars.
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