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Love and Respect [Book]

by Emerson Eggerichs  Integrity Publishers  Hardback  324 pages  ISBN 1591451876
A Marriage Book with a Difference!A Revolutionary Message"I've been married 35 years and have not heard this taught.""This is the key that I have been missing.""You connected all the dots for me.""As a counselor, I have never been so excited about any material.""You're on to ...

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223 reviews
  • Good Crazy Cycle Advice, but flawed
    By kstar - April 6, 2015 - Christianbook.com
    I am truly glad many people pulled what is good about this book. He has a great mental visual with his "crazy cycle" that can be helpful to any marriage. And his COUPLE section showed some very good insights for men about women and his CHAIRS section also showed great advice for women toward their husbands but was more harsh toned than needed and than the male section. But his basic premise is that if the wife will show unconditional respect then this will "trigger" unconditional love. If she meets a condition he will "love". Christlike love does not come from a condition someone meets but from Christ Himself. Meeting a condition negates that it is unconditional. It may inspire and spur on and bring affection, but not unconditional love. He reinforces this," ...the best way to keep the Crazy Cycle contained is by having wives show husbands respect and then having husbands show wives their loves." He consistently slants that the husbands "just can't" love their wives until they 'feel' respected. He repeats this and admits he truly believes that is THE key. It is her that needs to move first. A good Christian book should not slant to one side but lift up and encourage both. All need to learn to understand the opposite sex and learn to unselfishly meet the needs of the other as we grow in Christ. It does a few times state the more mature one should follow Christ and love and/or respect. Yes, if he kept that as the focus it would have been a good book. He doe not follow his own statements here throughout the book. Also he says a man is "first among equals" but they just can't love their wives because they are disrespected. I could push this easily that a man as the leader should follow Christ and be a spiritual leader and love as the Lord commanded no matter what others or his wife do. The husband represents Christ and did make the first move towards a sinful church. But equal treatment of husbands/wives would have been wonderful. He also in a few places makes insulting remarks about women. For instance statements like" all men have had to read their wives minds" and that most fat women have skinny husbands when discussing not listening to husbands. If he wants to discuss ladies respecting husbands but insults and disrespects women at all in his book it harms his work. Perhaps many a young wife has done this mind reading, but certainly not all and I have felt that way about my husband at times especially when newly married. Take the good out of it but I would not recommend it as a great marriage book. Read full review
  • Best Retlational Book
    By kmhibbe - March 18, 2015 - Christianbook.com
    This book is relevant to every and all relationships in your life - not just romantic ones. It has helped me with all male relationships in my life, including my dad and brother. There are so meaning "ahh-ha" and "so that's why..." moments as you read the book. It's a must have for anyone! Unless, you live in a cave with no human contact. Read full review
  • excellent book
    By gmalynch - December 12, 2014 - Christianbook.com
    our Pastor taught a sermon series based on this book 3 years which encouraged us to purchase the book. although the concept of unconditional love is universally taught, the concept of unconditional respect was new to me and every lady I share it with. this is the 6th copy of this book I have purchased to give to a female friend who is married or engaged. i think it gives them a better shot at "happily ever after". Read full review

Details

AuthorEmerson Eggerichs
PublisherIntegrity Publishers
Pages324
Formathardback
Publication Date2004

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