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Marriage God's Way: A Biblical Recipe for Healthy, Joyful, Christ-Centered Relationships by Scott LaPierre is a book that encourages developing a marriage according to the Word of God. The book tackles and reveals questions and answers about marriage. The author has skillfully added the proper biblical scriptures to build a solid foundation.
One thing I enjoy is when an author backs up their teachings with the Word of God. Outside of the Bible, most teachings are from experience or obtained knowledge through studies. While both of these concepts can equate to sound doctrine, there is nothing more profound than the Word of God when dealing with such a controversial topic. The book reads more like a comprehensive Bible study. This is not a bad thing at all. The author uses practical examples as Jesus did with the parables to help readers see what he is talking about instead of only reading. Every aspect of building a healthy marriage is covered in this book. The biblical knowledge of the author is consistent and deliberate. When a book such as this is created, it's wise to stay within the confines of the Bible.
The author uses several examples to open up our minds as we receive the message echoing throughout this book. It leaves no room for unanswered questions. I can see this book being taught at seminars around the world. The author's knowledge of the topic is comprehensive without condemning those who may have faltered from God's way. I recommend this book to anyone thinking about getting married according to the Bible. The wisdom within the pages of this book will even help those who are not of the Christian faith.