Nearly half of adults today are unmarried yet most churches emphasize marriage and family, leaving many Christian singles feeling marginalized or alienated. Though they look to Jesus and Paul as role models, many suspect they would be more acceptable to the church if they settled down and got married. Hsu challenges this view. Moving beyond pat answers, Hsu proposes that singleness and marriage are both opportunities in which to follow Jesus. Singles at the Crossroads points the way to a Christian community where all members are valued, Jew and Gentile, slave and free, male and female, married and single.
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Review 1 for Singles at the Crossroads: A Fresh Perspective on Christian Singleness
Date:May 14, 2009
good facts and info for research.starts of slow and does get better.personal stories are good and can relate to most of them. ok book
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Review 2 for Singles at the Crossroads: A Fresh Perspective on Christian Singleness
Date:March 29, 2003
Being a single male isn't easy especially if you are happy being single in the Christian world. I found this book and read it. This book helps define what and how to approach your choice. Its more like a study on being single in the Christian community. It gives a new refreshing definition of the "gift of singleness". Lets admit it, singles arent really the "norm" for the church. This will help you in how to look at yourself and others.