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Not Under Bondage: Biblical Divorce for Abuse, Adultery and Desertion
by Barbara Roberts. This book explains the Scriptural dilemmas of abuse victims in regard to separation and divorce, carefully examines the Scriptures and scholarly research, and shows how the Bible sets victims of abuse free from bondage and guilt. It will help victims throw off the unbiblical traditions they have been in bondage to and get free from their abusers. Read reviews of this book at Barbara’s website by theologians, by pastoral carers, and by others. Additional reviews of this book can be found: by Ps Dave Orrison (here), and by Angela Ruth Strong (here and here).
Divorce and Remarriage in the Church: Biblical Solutions for Pastoral Realities
by David Instone-Brewer. Written for the average lay Christian.
Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible: The Social and Literary Context
by David Instone-Brewer. Published before the title above, this book goes into more scholarly depth.
In conjunction with Instone-Brewer’s books, check out his webpage Divorce and Remarriage and his YouTube playmobible depictions of Instone-Brewer’s teaching on divorce and remarriage. (The link takes you to the first message in the series.)
Behind the Veil: Exposing the Evil of Domestic Oppression and Providing Hope
by Warren Lamb. An excerpt from Warren Lamb’s Amazon bio: A “recovered psychologist”, Warren Lamb has been serving as a pastor, Bible teacher, Biblical counselor, and theology professor for over 30 years.
See here for more details from Warren Lamb’s Amazon bio.
So You are a Believer… Who has been through Divorce…
by Joseph Pote. Written by a man who has been through the fire, forced to search the Scriptures for himself regarding divorce for abuse.
2 thoughts on “Books by Topic: Divorce and Remarriage”
Some of us have to be careful about what we bring into the home. Technology is a blessing in these instances.
I have a secret Amazon Kindle account which has allowed me to learn about what has been happening to me without putting myself in danger for it.
Barbara Roberts, is there any way that you can add a Kindle version of “Not Under Bondage:…” to Amazon?
Hi, Fran, publishing a second (revised) edition of Not Under Bondage is my goal for this year. I am currently on a few weeks holiday visiting my daughter in Europe. When I get home I will be working on the second edition. And the good news is, when the second edition is published it will be in e-versions as well as paperback. And of course one of the e-versions will be Kindle.
I am sorry for having taken so long on this project. Long-term followers of this blog know some of the many battles I’ve had to deal with in the last few years.