I read a lot of books. Just this past summer I read 2-3 books per month, and if I wasn’t in grad school, I could probably read a book a week. I usually read Christian books, and I’m always looking for a good bargain on my books so I usually wait until books go on sale so if I’m not as update as the New York Times Best Seller list please bear with me (I am a struggling college student again lol). I enjoy learning about Christ, his life, and the books of the Bible. I read about different topics sometimes testimonies, but usually as long as it’s Christ centered I’d read it!! And well, I wanted to share my books with you. I’d like for you all to maybe recommend books, & I’d like to share my review of the books I read. So I welcome you to my library!
Title: Loveology: God. Love. Marriage. Sex. And the Never-Ending Story of Male and Female
Loveology starts with marriage and works backward. Comer deals with sexuality, romance, singleness, and what it means to be male and female; ending with a raw, uncut, anything goes Q and A dealing with the most asked questions about sexuality and relationships.
Rating (out of 5): 5
Why I (dis)liked the book:
I really enjoyed this book. He made me think about my view of marriage, sex, dating, and love. He really makes you think about how you go about picking a spouse, views on premarital sex, loving someone else, and homosexuality. I honestly, love the way he breaks down the sin of homosexuality. This was a great read. It was easy, and it definitely didn’t feel like I was reading 300+ pages. I recommend this book to anyone: Christian, non-Christian, single, married, and in-between.
“Because to Jesus, love is serving. It’s cleaning garbage off his feet. It’s wiping grime from between her toes. It’s choosing- choosing of your own free will- to play the role of the servant, the least important person in the room.”
If you’ve read it; what you think?
Corinthians 13:13 (NKJV): And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.
1 Peter 4:8 (ESV): Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins.