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Marriage & divorce in the Bible and the church

by Alex R. G. Deasley

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Published by Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City in Kansas City, MO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of the Nazarene -- Doctrines.,
  • Marriage -- Biblical teaching.,
  • Divorce -- Biblical teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 209) and index.

    Other titlesMarriage and divorce in the Bible and the church
    StatementAlex R.G. Deasley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS680.M35 D43 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination223 p. ;
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL59282M
    ISBN 100834117630
    LC Control Number99087528
    OCLC/WorldCa43076836

    The minority interpretation among evangelical Christians holds that the only exception for divorce is death. A key verse in is Matthew where Jesus says to the Pharisees, “Because of your hardness of heart Moses permitted you to divorce your wives; but from the beginning it has not been this way.” In addition, Paul states in 1. Title: Divorce: God's Will.? the Truth of Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible for Christians By: Stephen Gola Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Holy Fire Publishing Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 8 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWPages:

      Marriage was the first institution established by God in the book of Genesis, chapter 2. It is a holy covenant that symbolizes the relationship between Christ and his Bride or the Body of Christ. Most Bible-based Christian faiths teach that divorce is to be seen only as a last resort after every possible effort toward reconciliation has failed.   The claim that the divorce rate among Christians equals that of non-Christians builds upon the common assumption that 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce. But, according to the latest research, those statements about the divorce rate, among Christians in particular, are untrue.

    The Marriage Bond of Romans 7 So much false doctrine and sin comes from a basic failure to deal with what Romans 7 teaches us about marriage and divorce. While understanding that Paul is using marriage as an illustration here, the illustration is valid, truthful and we can learn from it. Divorce and Remarriage in the Church. Biblical Solutions for Pastoral Realities. by David Instone-Brewer. Summary: To many people, the Bible appears to have nothing sensible or relevant to say about divorce and remarriage.


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Marriage & divorce in the Bible and the church by Alex R. G. Deasley Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book "Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible" here though doesn't really deal with the more serious issues, such as where abuse (emotional and physical) or cases where PTSD or nervous breakdowns have occurred from the actions of your spouse come into play.

Human beings are capable of doing unbelievable things to one by: That's what this book is about--a scholarly look at the bible, in context of the time in which it was written. While marriage is meant to be permanent and divorce is never desirable, there are biblical grounds for divorce and remarriage.

This book is a valuable resource for those wishing to learn more about God's guidance on this difficult subjectCited by: 1. The Value of Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage: Critical Questions and Answers.

Although there have been quite a few Christian books addressing marriage, divorce, and remarriage in recent years, Jim’s book is set apart in a couple of ways: (1) The scope of the book.

How does the Church view divorce. The Church believes that God, the author of marriage, established it as a permanent union. When two people marry, they form an unbreakable bond. Jesus himself taught that marriage is permanent (Matthew ), and St. Paul reinforced this teaching (see 1 Cor and Eph ).

The Church does More →. Divorce and remarriage have become common as civil law allows no-fault divorce. A husband or wife may dissolve a marriage for almost any grounds and remarry, regardless of the will of their spouse.

The result is that many people marry without considering the teaching of the Bible. Divorce laws in America are so lax that almost anyone can. In this book, Jay Adams provides a very concise summary of the Biblical understanding of marriage, divorce and remarriage.I commend Adams for his loyalty to the Scriptures in this volume.

On the one hand, he departs from the ultra-traditionalists who would say that any remarriage after divorce is by: Marriage. Temples. Scriptures Scripture References.

Matthew – Doctrine and Covenants Scripture Study Resources. Bible Dictionary, “Divorce” Topical Guide, “Divorce” Guide to the Scriptures, “Divorce” Index to the Triple Combination. Marriage, Divorce, Remarriage Summary Brochure If you have been divorced and remarried, we encourage you to come to this Church.

Divorce is sometimes an option and, Just so you know, our view is based on what the Bible clearly teaches concerning those who have divorced and remarried and have come to Jesus for salvation.

Financial Support. Please pray for us and consider financially upholding this ministry with your gifts and offerings. TFM Theological Foundations is an independent ministry entirely funded in faith by those who agree with our Biblical teaching and wish to help in furthering the reintroduction of these truths to the church and taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.

The Bible on Marriage, Divorce, & Remarriage By Pastor Doug Batchelor. The following is an extended excerpt of Pastor Doug’s book, The Bible on Marriage, Divorce, & here to get your complete copy today. While regular church attendance does seem to make a difference in the health and preservation of marriage, nonetheless divorce rates are still pretty high in the church.

In his book Author: Rebecca Florence Miller. Use Biblical principles to build a strong Christian marriage that will thrive in a society where nearly half of all marriages end in divorce.

Our marriage resources include books on the challenges of keeping marriages alive and range from romance and sexuality to divorce prevention and infidelity. Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage by David Padfield. One of the greatest threats to the survival of this nation is the alarming number of divorces.

Every divorce decree is a monument to broken promises and shattered lives. It is difficult to find a single family that has not been touched by divorce in some way. (1) Divorce by John Murray, The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., This book could be out of print, but might be found in a church or Bible school library (college or seminary).

Amazon also can find out of print books at (2) The Right To Remarry by Dwight Hervey Small, Fleming H. Revell Co., Divorce and Remarriage. in the Bible and in the Church. The conclusions: The Bible's message for those suffering within marriage is both realistic and loving Marriage should be lifelong, but broken marriage vows can be grounds for divorce Biblical grounds for divorce include adultery, abuse and abandonment.

All that being said, the site is designed to provoke individual church members and church leaders to study and analyze the different doctrinal positions within Baptist churches concerning the issues of marriage, divorce, remarriage, and the qualifications for church offices such as bishop (pastor), elder, and deacon.

Church leaders and Bible teachers struggle to present clear and concise teaching, instruction, and counseling on marriage, divorce, and remarriage. Problems quickly arise when Church teaching attempts to reconcile Jesus' teaching on this subject with that of other Bible passages in the New Testament, specifically that of the Apostle Paul.

The word "marriage" occurs fifty-six times in the Bible in fifty-one verses. The first occurrence is in Genesis 19 where the Bible tells us that Lot's daughters had married some men of Sodom.

Obviously, this is not the first time a marriage takes place in. Question: "What does the Bible say about divorce and remarriage?" Answer: First of all, no matter what view one takes on the issue of divorce, it is important to remember Malachi “I hate divorce, says the LORD God of Israel.”According to the Bible, marriage is a lifetime commitment.

“So they are no longer two, but one. In a day and age where the divorce rate is rampant, this book will give you something that has been lost through the years: the art of building a Biblical marriage.

Church History – Volume 1 One element that is missing in Christianity is knowing WHY you believe what you believe. A controversial book - many pastors and church members have reported it to be the most thought-provoking, and helpful book on marriage, divorce, and remarriage that they have read.

The author examines the relevant passages in both the Old and New Testaments so that his readers can establish a consistently biblical position on these three.Many of you beat up the King James Bible much more badly than you do Peter Ruckman when it comes to marriage, divorce, remarriage, and “qualifications” for bishops, deacons, and elders, or you act like you have excommunicated the King James Bible from your study and taken up with the pope and his cardinals.

With more than half of marriages ending in divorce, to say that a study of the subject is needed is an understatement. Most people don't know what God has to say about divorce, and many don't care.