The Meaning of Marriage

by Timothy Keller     |     Book Summary


Author: Timothy Keller with Kathy Keller
Publisher: Dutton
Date: November 2011
Pages: 283


The Meaning Of Marriage is based on a highly acclaimed sermon series preached at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, New York. Keller’s aim is to present a biblical view of marriage that is accessible to people from all backgrounds and worldviews.

His chief aim is to take some of the most popular views of marriage, singleness, and dating and present how the Bible corrects these mistaken notions that people have about marriage, its permanence, and how it ultimately glorifies God.

Ultimately, God gives humanity a far greater scope for singleness, marriage, and relationships than the world could ever invent or improve upon. Keller, married for thirty-six years at the time of publication, brings his wife along to show how a biblical view of marriage has profoundly shaped their lives.

As a book on marriage, it is obviously written for married couples whether they are doing well or struggling. It is also a very helpful book for singles who are seeking to prepare themselves for marriage.

It is also written for the skeptic who thinks the biblical view of marriage is antiquated, oppressive, dull, and weak. Keller presents great insight into the world’s view of marriage and how it fails to do justice to God’s view.





The Meaning of Marriage

by Timothy Keller

[ Book Summary ]



AuthorTimothy Keller with Kathy Keller
PublisherDutton
DateNovember 2011
Pages283


Overview:

The Meaning Of Marriage is based on a highly acclaimed sermon series preached at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, New York. Keller’s aim is to present a biblical view of marriage that is accessible to people from all backgrounds and worldviews.

His chief aim is to take some of the most popular views of marriage, singleness, and dating and present how the Bible corrects these mistaken notions that people have about marriage, its permanence, and how it ultimately glorifies God.

Ultimately, God gives humanity a far greater scope for singleness, marriage, and relationships than the world could ever invent or improve upon. Keller, married for thirty-six years at the time of publication, brings his wife along to show how a biblical view of marriage has profoundly shaped their lives.

As a book on marriage, it is obviously written for married couples whether they are doing well or struggling. It is also a very helpful book for singles who are seeking to prepare themselves for marriage.

It is also written for the skeptic who thinks the biblical view of marriage is antiquated, oppressive, dull, and weak. Keller presents great insight into the world’s view of marriage and how it fails to do justice to God’s view.




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