I am outraged that 2 such respectable Christian women would write a book like this. While all Christians should love Jesus whole heartedly, this book completly feminizes Christianity. It takes a universal Biblical concept and focuses it on women. If men were to read this book it would seem as if it was promoting homosexuality. The whole love relationship presented in this book is overly sexualized.
For example the author talks about having a human man to love her and hold her all through the night, and then says "
And He will take us home, and hold us, all through the night" - refering to Jesus. The book is full of analogies like that one. In talking about our relationship with Jesus, they say, "Do you remember that precious honeymoon time?" The first thing people think of when the word "honeymoon" comes up is sex...so how can this not be a dispicable comparison of God's pure love for us?
It saddens me that this book contains such blasphemy. A book about God's love for us and our response to that could have such a phenomenal impact, but this book abused that opportunity.
Christians are in need of good literature, but please pass this book by and in the mean time stick to the Bible, you can't go wrong with that.