Category Archives: Vows

Be Reconciled!

  I will write more shortly, but for now, I’m sharing a post from my friend’s blog with you because he nailed it so perfectly
http://genesistwo24.blogspot.com/2014/12/how-evangelical-church-is-to-blame-for.html?m=1

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WHY I BELIEVE REMARRIAGES MUST BE DIVORCED

By Dr. Stephen Kim This one is straight-forward.  The only way to properly repent of adultery is to stop it. The only way to dissolve a legal marriage that was really adultery in the eyes of God is through a legal divorce. Point # 1: “And I say to you: whoever divorces his wife, except […]

http://nycpastor.com/2015/10/28/why-i-believe-remarriages-must-be-divorced/

Covenant marriage matters

image imageThe clearest teachings on marriage and divorce is evident. Christ did not misspeak. The whole Bible is God-breathed. Paul teaches nothing new or different. Whoever says grace allows them to remain in unrepentant sin, well, clearly….they “HAVE NOT READ”

http://genesistwo24.blogspot.com/2015/11/marriage-permanence-causes-division.html?m=1

 

 

 

The Permanence View of Marriage

Two options: remain single otherwise be reconciled! 1 Cor 7:10-11

The Walker Street Journal

I subscribe to Voddie Baucham’s podcast, and one of the sermons I re-listened to recently had to do with marriage and divorce.  No, nothing is wrong. Thanks for asking, we are fine-just trying to think through where I stand on this particular issue.  I believe that Voddie Baucham makes a very strong case for the view that there is no lawful divorce or remarriage while a spouse is still living.  I know that the majority of  christians believe that divorce is a bad thing, but on the grounds of adultery or abandonment it is permissible.  I know for sure this is what the Westminster Confession says:

V. Adultery or fornication committed after a contract, being detected before marriage, gives just occasion to the innocent party to dissolve that contract.[11] In the case of adultery after marriage, it is lawful for the innocent party to sue out a divorce and…

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