Our culture is obsessed with love and romance–so why are so few women experiencing satisfying, long-term love?
In this insightful and encouraging book, sisters Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird help single women of all ages discover a radically better approach to navigating their love lives. Covering topics such as true love, romance, purposeful relationships, purity, boundaries, singleness, and glorifying God in every stage of our relationships, Love Defined unpacks God’s original design for romance, showing modern women how to experience God’s best for them in their relationships. Full of biblical truths and step-by-step application of concepts discussed, the book also includes a chapter-by-chapter study guide to be used individually or in small groups, as well as four letters from godly women who have been married for 30, 40, and 50+ years, offering priceless, hard-won advice to single women.
Before I start with my thoughts I´d like to say that I LOVE when a question pops up in a book description. Just like the above:
” -so why are so few women experiencing satisfying, long-term love? “
I actually sit here with a hand that´s just itching to raise itself. Because I know the answer. Since I know my answer will be a lengthy one I´ll keep it to myself and focus on this book review.
I´ve learned quite a few things after I finished this bogus gem.
- This book isn´t anything near a gem
- The authors are homophobic
- I need to move closer to a winery
It´s safe to say I wouldn´t recommend this book to anyone. `Love Defined ` is not only the worst, unsafest and damaging book existing, it´s also the most absurd piece of work I´ve ever read.
On the other hand- If you´re up for a round of being brainwashed into believing you´re sole purpose in life is to live via ” God´s plan ” then… You might as well give this ” inspirational ” guide a try. I wouldn´t though.
It´s clear the authors are Christian fanatics. They live and breathe Jesus. These are not your everyday Christian friends who live and let live. These ladies are making it their mission to spread their crazed agenda.
Since this is a nonfiction read I won´t be giving my usual rating-breakdown. Instead, I´ll leave you with this piece of knowledge:
`Love Defined ` pissed me off as much as it amused me.