Sound great and if they seem depressing, the point is being missed. They are meant to teach the living how to live and not carry their regrets to the grave.
Very destructive to the marriage relationship. Marriage "boundaries" invariably become "walls" that slowly (or quickly) drive a wedge between couples. Scriptural references are ignored, or shoe-horned into the text out of context very often. Not to say that there are not good ideas, but the overall view that successful marriages are built around "boundaries" is very harmful.
Those with thier head in the sand who think they know what the "War on Terror" is about by feeding themselves on the disinformation provided by the mainstream media will be in for a big surprise if they bother to read this book and check the facts. There has been at least one 1 star review by someone who has not read the book. Read the book, check the sources, then rate the book.
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