Marriage has always rested on four pillars: age, number, gender, and blood -- the couple must be over the age of consent; there must be two individuals in the union; one female and one male; and, finally, not closely related. In Man and Wife, Coren posits a defence of this traditional notion of marriage -- the union of one man and one woman in a child-centred union, where the procreative norm represents the meaning of the married state. Tracing both the secular and Christian arguments for marriage, including examining the different concepts of marriage around the world, Michael Coren demonstrates the vital significance of maintaining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
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About the Author
MICHAEL COREN is the bestselling author of twelve books, including biographies of G.K. Chesterton, H.G. Wells, Arthur Conan Doyle, J.R.R. Tolkien, and C.S. Lewis. He is the host of the talk show The Arena on the SUN News Network. He also hosts a daily radio show and writes a syndicated column for ten daily newspapers. His book Why Catholics Are Right was a national bestseller.
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• "Michael Coren has given us an essential, clever and stylish book of Catholic apologetics, history, and theology accessible to both the informed as well as the searching. Crack this cover and discover why Coren as well as Catholics are right. A terrific read." Raymond Arroyo, New York Times bestselling author and host of The World Over Live on EWTN