The Family: A Christian Perspective on the Contemporary Home

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Baker Publishing Group, Jun 1, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 400 pages
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Covering every issue that affects family life--marriage, parenting, sexuality, communication, social dynamics, and family life in modern society--The Family is a proven comprehensive resource for studying this most established of human institutions. The authors encourage readers to dig deep into Scripture, ever mindful of context, in order to develop a theological basis for family relationships. In considering the meaning of human relationships and family life, the Balswicks integrate a Christian perspective with insights from psychological and sociological studies to provide a standard textbook for use in college and seminary classes.

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This is an excellent book. I would recommend this book for those who are pastors, educators, counselors and for those people who are seriously looking for knowledge of how a Christian marriage and ... Read full review

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Got this book for class. Taking notes in it and keeping it for life. Instead of all the Christianese about marriage this is a healthily integrated book of scripture and studies. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Jack O. Balswick (PhD, University of Iowa) is director of marriage and family research and professor of sociology and family development at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Judith K. Balswick (EdD, University of Georgia) is director of clinical training and senior professor of marital and family therapy at Fuller.

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