I am a Non-Catholic Christian who read this book at the recommendation of my Catholic friend.
John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla when he wrote it) does a beautiful job at explaining what love should be in marriage.
His in depth philospohical analysis of human love and sexuality stems from his philosophy of "personalism".
Excellent preview of what became the Theology of the Body, twenty years later.Published 23 days ago by Vincent J. Barreca
Saint Pope JP2 has really heavy and inspiring words. Definitely worth reading and re-reading. At the end he also helps to explain the theology behind Humanae Vitae as it related to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by TheCellist
In this book Saint (woohoo :) ) John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla when he wrote it) does a beautiful job at explaining what love should be in marriage. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mama M
This book should be required reading for older adolescents and young adults. It is a remarkable, logical, uplifting response to the damaging precepts of the 'sexual... Read morePublished 5 months ago by newsgirl
A hard read as it was written for understanding "Love
I read this twice and love all the wisdom! truly
Want to know and understand what brought this man to be so great. Pope John Paul II was a Universal Pope, who traveled the
earth bringing the Good News of our Faith to all. Read more
A beautiful book about marital love by JP II. A must read for any Christian and even non-Christians. Warning: this book may change your life.Published 9 months ago by Carlos A. Zubillaga
if you ever want to know what it means to be human and the true meaning of sex, yoi should absolutely read this book. n fact, everyone should be required to read this book. Read morePublished 11 months ago by the courage to be chaste