“This is a book Christians need to read.”—The Christian Post
“The rare marriage book I would heartily recommend to any single, no matter his or her age, whether dating, courting, engaged, or disinterested . . . Rich and practical.”—The Gospel Coalition
As the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, Tim Keller started his congregation with a few dozen people. It now draws over five thousand weekly attendees who meet in three Manhattan locations. Redeemer has since spawned a movement of churches across America and throughout major world cities. Many pastors model their churches on Redeemer and Tim's thoughtful style of preaching. Dr. Keller lives in New York City with his wife and sons.
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The author brings up realistic expectation of what marriage is about in this book.Published 4 months ago by C.L.
thinking of getting married? getting married? married? get this book!Published 9 months ago by Joshua Lau
At the recommendation of my pastor, I went through this book with my girlfriend. It allowed us to talk about some great subject on dating, relationships, love, marriage etc. Read morePublished 11 months ago by BCM Vancouver
I listen to Tim's podcasts on a regular basis.
Much of what I hear there, is found here.
This is an excellent book.
I would suggest this to anyone whether you be married, dating or even single! There is so much to learn not only about romantic relationships but relationships in general! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jerusha Ricketts
The material in this book is easily understood, makes sense & provides excellent counsel.
I very much appreciate all the information in this book. Read more
Tim Keller does an excellent job explaining the Biblical view of marriage, helps to strip away false expectations & reminds the reader about how love for Christ changes everything! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed it quite a bit. I found it a very helpful treatment of the why, how, and whats of marriage from a Christian perspective. Read morePublished on May 8 2013 by Mark Nenadov