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The Seven Big Myths about Marriage: Wisdom from Faith, Philosophy, and Science about Happiness and Love Hardcover – February 14, 2014
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If I were a pastor, I would make this book required reading for engaged couples in all my marriage classes. --Peter Kreeft, Ph.D., Author, Jacob s Ladder: Ten Steps to Truth
The media portrayals of the public debates over marriage and its meaning often generate more heat than light. In this carefully crafted and accessible book, Professor Kaczor provides just the sort of illumination that is absent from those portrayals. I cannot think of a better book that offers such a clear and winsome account of marriage and its meaning, and what that tells us about human dignity and happiness. --Francis J. Beckwith, Professor of Philosophy, Baylor University
Movies, television, and other forces have teamed up to deceive Americans about marriage--the institution that is very basis of society. They've done a spectacular job! They've sold myth after myth to the American people, and it's no wonder that marriage is in crisis today. That's why Chris Kaczor's new book, The Seven Big Myths about Marriage, is so timely. Only by learning to see through the lies can we build happy and healthy marriages. --Jimmy Akin, Author, The Fathers Know Best
About the Author
Christopher Kaczor, Ph.D., a husband and father, is a professor of philosophy at Loyola Marymount University, and the author of The Seven Big Myths About the Catholic Church, The Ethics of Abortion: Women's Rights, Human Life, and the Question of Justice,Thomas Aquinas on the Cardinal Virtues, and Life Issues - Medical Choices.
Jennifer Kaczor holds a BA from Whittier College, an MA from Western Washington University, and has written for National Review, Catholic Exchange, Inside Catholic, and the Bellingham Review.
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Wish that Jennifer Kaczor had contributed more chapters since her feminine, realistic insights are delightful and humorous, complimenting the scolarly text of her husband's work.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the real character of the marriage covenant, to teachers and students alike, especially those preparing for marriage as a lifelong commitment.
Everyone who is, has been, or ever might be Married would greatly benefit from learning and applying these principles!
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