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Emerson Eggerichs and his wife Sarah travel the country conducting the Love and Respect marriage conferences. Before launching Love and Respect Ministries, Emerson.was senior pastor of Trinity Church in East Lansing, Michigan, for nearly twenty years. Emerson received.his B.A. in Biblical Studies mostrar mais and M.A. in Communications from Wheaton College and Graduate School. He was later awarded a Master of Divinity degree from Dubuque Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Child and Family Ecology from Michigan State University. Married since 1973, he and Sarah have three adult children. He is the president of Love and Respect Ministries. mostrar menos

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Obras por Emerson Eggerichs

Mother and Son: The Respect Effect (2016) 108 exemplares
Building Block Study Guide (2011) 4 exemplares
Small Group discussion Guide (2006) 2 exemplares
Sowing & Reaping 1 exemplar

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WBCLIB | 35 outras críticas | May 30, 2023 |
The book in three sentences: “Wives are made to love, want to love, and expect love. Husbands are made to be respected, want respect, and expect respect”.“When a husband feels disrespected, it is especially hard to love his wife. When a wife feels unloved, it is especially hard to respect her husband”.“Often, we focus on our own needs and simply overlook the needs of the other person”.
 
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phoovermt | 35 outras críticas | May 3, 2023 |
A poor exegesis and application of a passage from Ephesians leads the author to impose a psychological framework on men and women. Men are intrinsically created to need respect (from women especially), and women are intrinsically created to need "love" (from men especially). A complementarian approach that leans heavily towards submission of women to the potentially immature whims of men. I started to read this because so many pastors were referring to the book; but and lost interest about half way through. Became repetitive, and I couldn't get past the obvious misapplication of Ephesians at the outset on which the book was based. Sometimes it's better for Christian counselors to get expert advice on biblical interpretation before building an unsustainable psychological and potentially harmful model.… (mais)
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PeterDNeumann | 35 outras críticas | Mar 18, 2023 |
 
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Obras
70
Membros
4,735
Popularidade
#5,317
Avaliação
4.0
Críticas
47
ISBN
88
Línguas
7

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