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Posted July 18, 2003
There are better books out there
Elliot writes from a strong Christian perspective, but with a warped extremest view. It is like taking holiness to extreme and say that women can never wear make-up. This book shares her personal experiences of waiting over five years for a man, though she have ample opportunity to break off the relationship or encourage the relationship to speed up! I would never suggest other people wait so long to marry when they obviously loved each other and loved the Lord first. I would disagree that such an example is a healthy example to share with others. On the other hand, her perspectives on physical space in a relationship should encourage men and women alike to better respect their date and wait for physical intamacy in marriage as is Godly.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 21, 2002
What a lie
I never liked people trying to influence my love life, and this book does just that. I hoped for a fair and objective look at how I should deal with a world where love is a big role, and the ones who we fall in love with may not be of the same religion as ourselves. Instead, I got preached to about how non-believers are not worthy of our love, unless we try and convert them, and how sex is a dirty and immoral thing under most circumstances. Give me a break!
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