Tina Rae Collins

Best Book on the Subject I can't believe I'm saying this about a doctrinal book written by a woman. But it really is, in my opinion, the best book I've read on the subject of divorce and remarriage.

Believe me, I was skeptical. But Patsy Rae Dawson's review was so good that I had to read the book. Even so, I read with skepticism. When I began each chapter, I always thought surely I would disagree with something. But I honestly couldn't find anything to disagree with.

And more than that, the book tied together some loose ends in my own thinking on the subject of divorce and remarriage Barbara Roberts dealt with the subject from both the Old and New Testaments She considered the passages we normally look at as well as other passages that we might not have realized had any impact on the issue.

I recommend this book for everyone, particularly women who have been abused in their marriages and found themselves divorced and, consequently, feeling condemned or trapped in their situation. It is an eye opener.
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Tina Rae Collins