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A Marriage After God's Own Heart

by David Clarke

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A good book advising couples of the necessity of spiritual bonding within marriage. The author provides many good ideas about how a couple can spiritually bond (prayer, open communication, Bible reading/study, joint participation in service, etc.), and writes it in a conversational way.The author speaks from his own experience, and does so perhaps a bit too much. Much fault can be found with his expressly Evangelical theology: salvation, work of the church, conceptualization of worship, etc. General principles in the book, however, are quite sound. ( )
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