Looking for more romance in your marriage? by studying the Song of Solomon, you'll get a timeless look at God's design for love in marriage.This verse-by-verse Bible study of the Song of Solomon can strengthen your relationship with your husband or wife.Includes discussion questions....
|Title||:||Intimacy Ignited: Conversations Couple to Couple: Fire Up Your Sex Life with the Song of Solomon|
|Number of Pages||:||320 Pages|
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Intimacy Ignited: Conversations Couple to Couple: Fire Up Your Sex Life with the Song of Solomon Reviews
A painful read.It’s like reading a Utilitarian who: (a) doesn’t know what poetry is or what poetry is for, (b) who became a Christian and somehow still kept the underlying assumptions of utilitarianism, (c) decided that the literary genre of love poetry could be taught as a series of “how to” therapy self-help lessons, and then (d) uses the same pseudo-criticism methodology on a beautiful form of literature (with all the stereotypical and dumbfoundingly mindless Sunday school “discussion” questions for each chapter) that modern literature teachers have been using for decades now, making almost all their students hate literature in the process.Skip this. It’s a waste of your time. The only thing it has in its favor is that it is so light with fluff that you can read through it in less than an hour or two.Just read some Shakespeare instead. Or some Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Or some John Donne. Or some Christina Rossetti. Or some Shelley, Keats and Byron. Then read some Wordsworth, Coleridge, Yeats, Burns, Blake or Herrick. Then re-read the Song of Solomon again after you’ve acquired at least a minimal sense of what love poetry is for. Then obtain a copy of “Outlines of Romantic Theology” by Charles Williams and you’ll actually have something on the same topic with substance to it.There are theological assumptions contained in the Song of Solomon (about objective standards of beauty, about how Eros itself points to the divine, about a mystery that no amount of pop psychology could ever explain into practical self-help tips, about the idea of “otherness”) that are diametrically opposed to many of the commonly held assumptions of our modern culture. This book doesn’t even begin to deal with any of them.It’s embarrassing that books like this sell.
A well-written guide for Christian couples who want to celebrate their marriage with physical intimacy.
My husband and I read this book together in our 8th year of marriage. Although we had a great marriage before we read Intimacy Ignited, this book was a really good Bible/book study for us to do together. We learned so much about Song of Solomon and I really liked the way the book study was included at the end.
I've always been curious about the Song of Solomon because it describes a beautiful relationship between Solomon and Tirzah. Intimacy Ignited is written tastefully and gives advice to both spouses equally. Reading it with your spouse is highly recommended.
I went to a women's conference with Linda Dillow and read her first book "Intimate Issues" VERY good. I am also listening ot a Mark Driscoll sermon on the Song of Songs and he recommended this book as well. I am reading part of it now.
We have been married for 29 years. We have never studied or realized what a deep study and read is the Song of Solomon. We have discovered a treasure for our marriage in this book. Every couple should read this book together and discover the gift God has given them in their mate.
I really like the idea of a servant lover. This book made me aware of selfishness in all areas of my life and has empowered me to make changes.
Great book! My husband and I both read it.
This is a HOT book to get and read with your spouse.