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New Book! “When Sinners Say I Do”

July 16, 2007

I just received When Sinners Say “I Do” by the Dave Harvey in the mail today. I am excited to read it, especially after reading some of the reactions towards it in other reviews. Here are what others are saying about the book:


I read this book on marriage and this an honest impression of mine—it blew me away. I was very glad to write the foreword to this book because it was probably one of the most honest looks at the joys and struggles of marriage, a marriage between two flawed people who are living in a fallen world who are the sons and daughters of a faithful God. You’re selling yourself short if you don’t read this book. Don’t read it only if you’re married. Everyone should read this book because it has so much to say about the struggles that happen when sinners live near sinners; and how God rescues us by His grace and gives us the possibility of having good relationships…This is the best book on marriage I have ever read. Paul D. Tripp, President of Paul Tripp Ministries and Adjunct Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary

Dave Harvey skillfully exposes the real root of most marriage problems – each spouse is still a sinner. But he doesn’t leave us to wallow in our sin. He shows the way out through the ongoing power of the gospel. This book will be helpful for any married couple whether they’ve been married five weeks or fifty years. — Jerry Bridges, author of The Pursuit of Holiness

Dave Harvey not only offers a biblical diagnosis of marital strife, but prescribes the cure as well – the gospel. When Sinners Say “I Do” provides clarity in conflict, hope in despair, and points the way to a joy-filled, God glorifying marriage. — C.J. Mahaney, author of Humility

WTS Bookstore has Harvey’s Table Contents, Preface, and Forward (written by Paul Tripp) available. They also have an interview of Harvey on the WTS blog.

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