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Gospel Intimacy in a Godly Marriage (Dunn)

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"The shelves of Christian bookstores are filled with "how to" books addressing a broad spectrum of issues related to marriage. However, there is a dearth of material that addresses the bedrock issues of marriage from a foundationally theological and pervasively gospel perspective. This is the much needed task that Alan Dunn has accomplished for us. Any couple contemplating marriage will find in this book the divine template for true intimacy in their marriage. The married couple who are enjoying much multi-leveled intimacy will be strengthened in that intimacy as they read and assimilate the biblical perspectives contained in it. Those with a troubled marriage may find that the gospel is indeed the power of God unto salvation--even salvation from a troubled to a God-honoring, mutually fulfilling marital intimacy that will fulfill God's intention--namely, that a Christian marriage would reflect the relationship of Christ and His church. I cannot commend too enthusiastically the fruit of Pastor Dunn's labors captured on the pages of this book." - Albert N. Martin, former pastor of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey

Table of Contents:

Part One: Navigating the Journey into Marital Intimacy

1. The Doctrine of God Directs Our Journey Into marital Intimacy

2. The Doctrine of Creation Directs Our Journey Into Marital Intimacy

3. The Doctrine of the Fall Directs Our Journey Into Marital Intimacy

4. The Doctrine of Redemption Directs Our Journey Into Marital Intimacy

Part Two: Marital Intimacy and the Grace of Gospel Love

5. The Challenges to Gospel Love

6. The Enemy of Gospel Love

7. Be a Gospel Lover

8. The Transaction of Gospel Love

Part Three: Overcoming Challenges to Marital Intimacy

9. The Challenge of Headship and Submission

10. The Challenge of Selfishness

11. The Challenge of Unbiblical Communication

12. The Challenge of Unavoidable Death