Sex, God, and Marriage
by Johann Christoph Arnold
Publisher: Plough Publishing House 2002
Number of pages: 182
Unlike the vast majority of "marriage books", "Sex, God, and Marriage" digs deeper than the usual "issues" and goes to the root: our relationship with God, and the defining power of that relationship over all others in our lives. Arnold addresses the deep pain resulting from the cycle of broken relationships and the misuse of sexual intimacy. His words offer healing, a new beginning, and a sense of hope to those who have experienced discouragement or failure.
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