It Takes Two

It Takes Two

A Quest for Balance in Marriage and Relationships

eBook - 2014
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The premise of this book is based on the fact that the cultures of this world are extremely diverse. The differences in beliefs, methodology, preferences and even our basic sociology are profuse. As copious as our disparity may be, one thing can be seen in every culture. It has been present through This is a book about love. It is about creating an environment in a home where love can truly flourish. It is about making marriage and relationships work. Francis Bob Alonge paints a vivid picture in this book, of the kind of love we all crave for but yet only few ever dare to pursue. He introduces God's idea of balance between the genders, with illustrations and stories that cut through the usual mindsets. He presents a fresh paradigm that is actually achievable if we embrace it. Francis Bob Alonge presents a practical template that is built upon deep spiritual truths that will help to achieve a home or a relationship where everybody is somebody and where the deepest needs are met. The book is inspired by the observation that the cultures of this world are extremely diverse. The differences in beliefs, methodology, preferences and even our basic sociology are profuse. As copious as our disparity may be, one thing can be seen in every culture. It has been present through many generations of human history. It has been persistent and prevalent in every human civilization. It has remained undaunted by time, geography or technology. Although, it finds peculiar manifestations in each culture, some being more obvious than others, it is a universal predicament. This predicament that the author observes and refers to, is the domination and suppression of women. This inability to achieve balance in the role and relationship between the genders has sparked off all sorts of extremes. At this very moment in time, mankind struggles to find a definition for marriage and the family. The more developed cultures are evolving an ideology of gender independence and at the same time, the belief that genders are identical in role, responsibility and propensity. This has resulted in an unprecedented rise in societal and personal dysfunction and a disillusioned generation. The more underdeveloped cultures, however, bury their head in the traditions and unproductive concepts that have trailed generations and kept them in poverty and ignorance. Is there balance somewhere? What is the truth in the midst of all of this confusion? What is the opinion of the Maker, the One who made them male and female in the first place? Does God have a solution to this quest? This book is a quest to present this balance to you and provide a workable solution for those who desire to have the home of their dreams. This is a book about love. It is a book about making marriage work. It is a book about creating an environment that guarantees the fulfillment of both parties in a marriage union. It explores why societies and cultures have found it difficult to achieve true balance between the roles and responsibilities of both genders in a marriage union. The book is practical and easy to apply in everyday life. It approaches the solutions proffered from the perspective of a Judeo-Christian world view. It's simple and easy to understand illustrations cut through the usual arguments and mindsets that makes it hard for change to happen and it presents a new paradigm for marriage and relationships.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2014.
ISBN: 9781483521435
1483521435
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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