BOOK REVIEW: A very, very important book …
“The Good News About Marriage” is one of the most important books to be printed in many years.
Why do I make such a strong statement like that?
Because this small hardback book, written by Shaunti Feldhahn (with Tally Whitehead) and published by Multnomah Books, blows away major destructive myths about marriage and divorce that have been embedded in our culture — and our minds and hearts, as well as the church — for a few decades.
Now the truth is out!
This truth is the result of years of research by Feldhahn, and this book is a concise, clear, easy-to-read rolling out of the results of all that research. What does that research contain? Proof that a lot of the negative things we’ve heard about marriage and divorce simply aren’t true!
You know those statistics about divorce you hear in the news, and church leaders routinely quote from pulpits? They AREN’T true!
You know that claim about how hard marriage is and how many unhappy marriages there are out there? It’s NOT true!
This book will provide you with the evidence you need to believe there is GOOD NEWS about marriage, and divorce isn’t as rampant as we’ve been told for many years.
I don’t want to go into any additional detail about the book because it will give too much away. That’s because Feldhahn focuses only on a handful of myths about marriage and divorce that she busts wide open with documented research. You really need to read this for yourself.
The general public needs to hear the truth revealed in this book. And in the strongest way possible, I urge every church leader, counselor, therapist, and those working with people regarding marriage and divorce to please buy this book, absorb its contents, and then broadly share the good news about marriage because there really is GOOD NEWS out there!
I received this book free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group as part of their book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”