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For anyone who is struggling with questions like, "When should we start a family?", "Will we ever have enough money for kids?", "How many kids should we have?". Let this book and the word of God increase your faith! I recommend that couples read this book together. My husband and I did.
May 22, 2008
Great book with scriptural support.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I already agreed with the premise of the book but after reading it I am even further convinced of it's truth. The point the book makes quite well is that God is the creator of all life and children are a gift from God. Since children are a gift from God as scripture says then why do we have so many Christians unwilling to receive these gifts and however many God chooses to give? It is out of pure selfishness and rebellion against God that we see people limiting the number of children they will have. Many have bought into the worldy philosophies of the day and abandoned allowing God to choose what is best for them. This is a very good book that talks in depth about these issues in an honest way.
May 14, 2007
worst book ever written.
I recieved this book from my finance's parents because instead of having kids we are planning on adopting kids. This was probably, actually this is the worst book i've ever read. I'm a Christian, but i am embaressed that someone that shares my beliefs in Jesus could write a book like this. Not only was every single Bible verse out of context, but their snotty we know all remarks fill this book. In the book they talk about sinful nature and an example they use is a kid with down syndrome and how that a horrible disease but not as bad has our sinful nature because it doesn't make you steal, lie or cheat. Or how if we keep having kids we'll eventually out number the non-christians, because that's the mind set a Christian should have lets out number them instead of helping them. Every point was 100% horribly made from the first sentence it went downhill from there. People who are barren are not cursed by God, but the people who wrote this book surely are.
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