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Men and Women by Larry Crabb Men and Women is a book that describes the struggle that men and women have when they relate The struggle they have happens when men and women relate to one another because they are self-centered and do not recognize and honor the God-created differences between men and women The book begins with a number of stories that serve as examples for later discussion These stories create interest in the subject and show how men and women misunderstand each other and why The auther then turns to Bible passages and psychological theories to begin a discussion of the problems presented in the stories The book is then divided into twelve chapters that discuss specific topics The author then concludes with his opinions and own recommendations Yes the author uses illustrations On page 67 he describes a simple illustration to make his point clear A husband arrives home late detained at the office by pressing deadlines His wife greets him flatly Many defensive reactions occur to show how the man and woman feel neglected and poorly treated This story sets up a simple example of how husband and wife have to reconcile by admitting explaning and examining their own behavior The main sections of the Bible the author uses for his main idea are Hebrews 412 12 For the word of God is living and active Sharper than any double-edged sword it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit joints and marrow it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart The words in the Bible are alive and function in life Gods word is sharp and digs deep into the soul and sorts out problems Then the issues are decided and the better way is made known This process should also happen between men and women in a marriage Psalms 13923-24 23 Search me O
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