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Description : The Act of Marriage After 40: Making Love for Life by Tim and Beverly LaHaye with Mike Yorkey is a practical, no-nonsense guidebook that will teach married couples to have a more satisfying sex life in middle age and beyond. A follow-up to their successful Act of Marriage, the topics covered in this book are based on the results of a comprehensive survey investigating the sexual issues that are most important to older Christian couples. Although the LaHayes say their research indicates that “the frequency of sex is reduced by advancing age”, they make a convincing case for their belief that “the meaning of the act of marriage can be as enriching, more satisfying even with the passage of years”. Each chapter of the book explores topics such as menopause, erectile dysfunction, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and the temptation of extramarital affairs. The LaHayes also provide a number of strategies for jump-starting stalled sex lives. Some of these strategies are atmospheric (men will learn that “items that stir a woman’s senses are a bouquet of flowers, a bowl of fresh fruit, or 100-gram bars of Swiss chocolate (chocolate has been known for its aphrodisiac qualities for centuries)”. Other strategies are more technical (various sexual positions are described, and although the LaHayes “do not personally recommend or advocate oral sex”, they “see no biblical grounds to preclude two married people from enjoying the practice”.). The Act of Marriage is a passionate exploration of an important subject, and its advice will help many married couples practise sexual faithfulness to one another as an expression of Christian faith. —Paul Power