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Passion and Purity: Learning to Bring Your Love Life Under Christ's Control

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  • Anonymous

    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.

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  • Anonymous

    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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