Sacramental or utilitarian?
Marriage After Modernity: Christian Marriage in Postmodern Times, by Adrian Thatcher
When I first told friends that David and I were having serious marriage conversations, I expected smiles and congratulations. Instead I observed raised eyebrows and puzzled frowns.My friends’ first question is understandable. “He lives in Arkansas. You have another two years in New York before you finish your doctoral course work. Won’t you be engaged forever?”
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