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The Act of Marriage: The Beauty of Sexual Love Paperback – 1998
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This updated and expanded edition gives a fresh informative edge to an already definitive book New sections discuss sex after sixty and five reasons why God created sex all supported by the very latest findings in the fields of medicine and sociology For engaged couples and newlyweds who want to make lovemaking a joy from the start For couples who have been married for years and want to maintain the flame or rekindle the embers for every husband or wife who wants to be a better lover - here are the insights into each others bodies psychosexual makeup and need for tender unselfish affection that can help you achieve your goal With over 2 5 million copies in print The Act of Marriage has helped thousands of Christian couples maximize their joy in sexual union and saved countless marriages Pastors doctors and psychologists alike have endorsed the frank practical insights
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My husband is a pastor and we often counsel other couples. The "Act of Marriage" is one of the two books we often recommend. The other book is "His Needs, Her Needs" by Willard Harley.
One word of caution. In the older versions of this book, the LaHayes expressed that there were cases when they felt abortion was permissible. I strongly disagreed with them. They have since changed their perspective on that.
This book, co-written by a pastor and his wife, looks scientifically and psychologically at sex in the marriage relationship. It is a pretty straight forward read, with some helpful insights. I definitely recommend it.