In this audio talk, Winston Smith argues that anger is inevitable in marriage: learning to resolve it constructively takes wisdom for husbands and wives. Smith points out that the experience of anger in marriage is deceptive and confusing. It feels powerful, but it leaves you weak. It feels honest, but is full of lies. It promises change, but it leaves you stuck. It seems simple, but it is complex and confusing. Smith covers four dimensions of anger within marriage and contrasts it with five qualities of God’s anger. He concludes that our goal is not to be less angry, but to be more Christlike in our anger.
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