Author: MacArthur, John
Genre: Christian Living, Theology - Anthropology
Tags: Parenting / Family

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

This 2011 book by John MacArthur addresses the needs of the family in the midst of a negative culture. It is divided into three parts: God’s design for human beings; God’s design for marriage; and God’s design for the church. MacArthur mentions complementarity and egalitarianism which is an early recognition of the controversy (2011). He has lengthy commentaries on 1 Corinthians 11, 1 Peter 3, widows in 1 Timothy 5; and a discussion on singleness. He also gives his long-standing position on divorce and remarriage again. MacArthur is always good on the family, headship, submission, and related topics.

Quotes from this book:

No items found