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With roughly a third of all marriages ending in divorce, there's never been a better time for this refresher course in the true meaning of a successful union. As New York Times best-selling author Dr. David Jeremiah reminds us, it's a biblical truth: Sex and passionate, romantic love are God's ideas!

Nothing rivals the beauty of the writing in the Song of Solomon - and nothing rivals the wisdom of Solomon on matters of love, romance, marriage, and sexual intimacy. Dr. Jeremiah's thoughtful interpretation of Solomon and Shulamith's relationship provides all of us - whether married or single - with valuable lessons for a better, happier, more fulfilling life and a long, loving marriage.

©2012 David Jeremiah (P)2012 Hachette Audio

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  • Reece Family
  • 02-06-2018

Marriage is a Covenant, not a sacrament

Study the Protestant Reformation to get better Theology. John Calvin, the Westminster Confession, Gordon Clark and John W. Robbins have great material to study.

Read Family Shepherds by Voddie Baucham and Masculine Mandate by Richard Phillips for better books on leading your home.

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  • Handy Randy
  • 29-01-2018

Why not narrated by David Jeremiah?

This narration was not the best. Sounds very cold and unconnected to the subject matter. Robotic in nature and not what I would have expected for such an important topic. I really enjoyed the book. Just not the narrator. If you can overlook the main reason you choose an audiobook, go for it.