Knowing something of Timothy Keller's ministry through online and books, when I heard that he and his wife Kathy wrote a book on marriage I anticipated something like The Meaning of Marriage. It's vintage Keller. It is filled with rich insight. It is anchored in 37 years of passionate experience in marriage. He seeks to portray a "surprising goodness" in marriage. As someone who has been married 30 years, I can attest to much of what the Kellers write about.
While the Kellers read the Bible through a Neo-Reformed lens, their book is much richer and deeper than the Driscoll's Real Marriage. But what does that look like? Part one in this series is here.
Let me state where I am coming from with seven statements: