Christian Living How Singleness Uniquely Reflects the Gospel December 4, 2017 | Sam Allberry Share Tweet Email More By Sam Allberry What Is Unaccounted for in the Atheistic Framework? What Did Paul Mean When He Said We’re ‘Being Saved’? J. I. Packer, Devotional Theologian and Churchman We All Need the Safety of the Rainbow You’d Be a Spiritual Orphan without Pentecost “Singleness is a way of saying that my marriage to Christ is so sufficient, that it is so rich and satisfying, I can do without human marriage in this age.” Sam Allberry reflects on how the gospel is uniquely demonstrated in singleness. Sam Allberry is an editor for The Gospel Coalition and a global speaker for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He is the author of a number of books, including Is God Anti-Gay? and 7 Myths About Singleness. You can follow him on Twitter.