Marriage and Our Culture and the Biblical Contours of Marriage – Gospel in Life
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Marriage and Our Culture and the Biblical Contours of Marriage

Tim Keller |  March 30, 2012

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Overview

We’re at a cultural moment in which most people recognize that marriage is struggling. And what does the Christian vision of marriage have to say for that?
We believe that understanding the biblical vision for marriage will help you no matter your own situation. We’re applying it to the culture. We’re applying it to unmarried people. We’re applying it to married people.
Kathy and I will each talk about different aspects of this. We’ll look at 1) marriage and our culture, and 2) the biblical contours of marriage: the power, the essence, the purpose, and the three major means of marriage.

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