Cohabitation has become a cultural norm. But is it really equal to marriage? Authors John Trent and Curt Hamner realize that many couples cohabit out of financial and physical convenience. Trent and Hamner help couples think through the marriage vs. cohabitation dilemma.
Authors Curt Hamner and John Trent talk about the theology of marriage. When we open the book of Genesis, we see that God had a specific purpose for Adam and Eve. Civilization began with the foundation of marriage, but since the Fall, marriages have been in trouble. Together they explain that, even during difficulty, marriage is still important.
Though the Song of Solomon was written thousands of years ago, Sharon Jaynes believes it still has practical applications for us today. It's not just about marital intimacy, but also about love, romance, and passion. Jaynes talks about the "little foxes," which can be people, church, work, or apathy that can ruin a marriage if a couple isn't careful.
Sharon Jaynes, author of "Lovestruck," looks to the Song of Solomon for practical wisdom on love and romance. Jaynes studies the Shulamite woman, who is head over heels for Solomon, to find out what is most attractive to a woman, and then tells what Solomon found most attractive in her.
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