Richard Gaillardetz creatively draws on the deep wisdom of our Christian tradition while reflecting on the lived experience of marriage. Chapter 1: The Shape of Christian Spirituality; Chapter 2: Marriage and the Life of Communion; Chapter 3: Marriage and Conversion; Chapter 4: Marriage and Sexuality; Chapter 5: Marriage and Parenthood.
What would have made A Daring Promise better?
It has an attracting title that lured me to listen to it but can't finish the first two chapters. It is heavily catholic, with a lot of contents a non catholic christian doesn't relate to. And it is very theoretical, nothing really practical. This book is just not for readers like me. I wish it could make it clearer.
What was most disappointing about Richard R. Gaillardetz’s story?
It is for those men that want to discuss about marriage issue as an academic topic, not for women who wants practical help to improve their marriage.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
Yes, but since the content is really dull already, having a male narrator doesn't help it.