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Marriage: Biblical and Theological Aspects Volume I



SKU# 9780925675262

By Ekkehardt Mueller, Elias Brasil de Souza

ISBN: 9780925675262 | 290 pages | Biblical Research Institute, dist by Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2015

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This book offers thoughtful and detailed studies on several areas of concern for the individual Christian and the church at large. After showing the beauty of marriage and the relevance of Scripture to a sound understanding of marriage and sexuality, this volume tackles crucial topics such as singleness, gender and roles in marriage, sexuality, religiously mixed marriages, and divorce and remarriage.

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This book offers thoughtful and detailed studies on several areas of concern for the individual Christian and the church at large. After showing the beauty of marriage and the relevance of Scripture to a sound understanding of marriage and sexuality, this volume tackles crucial topics such as singleness, gender and roles in marriage, sexuality, religiously mixed marriages, and divorce and remarriage.

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Pages 290
Author Elias Brasil de Souza, Ekkehardt Mueller
Publisher Biblical Research Institute, dist by Review and Herald Publishing
Language ENG
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Ekkehardt Mueller


Ekkehardt Mueller received his formal training in Germany and at Andrews University graduating with a Doctor of Ministry and a Doctor of Theology degree. Before joining the Biblical Research Institute of the General Conference he worked as a pastor and as a ministerial secretary for more than two decades. Currently he is heavily involved in writing articles and presenting lectures in different parts of the world.

Ekkehardt loves gardening and painting. Good music is also an important element in the home of Ekkehardt and his wife Geri, a music teacher. Groups of musicians meet there regularly, and when their sons Eike and Enno are home from university and college the quartet can play again.