The Good, The Bad and The Godly explores marriages that dealt with love, hate, murder, deceit, adultery, sin and repentance. From Adam to Herod, we see the entire spectrum of The Good, The Bad and The Godly. Each marriage becomes a study in itself and reveals to us the importance of putting God at the front of our marriages. Some of our conclusions may surprise you and even change the way you view some of the Biblical marriages. The Good, The Bad and The Godly presents a study of the more notable marriages recorded in the Bible. Instead of expounding on a topic of the authors' choosing, this book seeks to explore the principles revealed in these marriages. Some marriages face similar issues yet the way they dealt with those issues was very different. These Biblical marriages are real life examples for our own marriages. William A. Hogan is a native of Florida. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree from Luther Rice Seminary. After serving honorably for the United States Marine Corp, he became an intern architect. He has served in several pastoral staff positions. He is a former member of the Florida Association of Christian Counselors and Therapists, and the American Association of Christian Counselors. He has authored two books: Handbook for Volunteer Workers in the Church, Introduction to Basic Principles of Biblical Counseling. His wife of 41 years is Bobbie Jo Welch. They have two children and four grandchildren. Gregory A. Preseau is also a Florida native. He attended Florida State University and graduated in 1991 with a BA degree in Business Management. He owns and operates several businesses in Florida. He is married and is raising three boys. He currently serves as a teacher for the church where he attends.