Divorce and christian dating

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Marriage is founded upon the biblical basis of a covenant.

Violations of the marriage covenant may lead to the dissolution of the marriage covenant.

Gambling is a state-run business promoted to our youth and our poor. Divorce has played havoc with the social structure. Now comes the biggest and—if we don’t win—the last battle: homosexual marriage.

The fact is, radical homosexuals don’t really want marriage.

Not one part of it shines with anything like the pure glory that was so evident when it was first made. You see it in entertainment that replaces what is truly beautiful with what is essentially pornography.

You see it in the family, as the place designed for growth and protection often becomes a source of life’s greatest hurts.

Older men are often considered better in their view because it means mature, responsible and settled to them. A few Filipinas here are friends I know and can recommend, but most are unknown to me, but are ladies in good standing, and haven't notified me of marriage yet.

What they want is approval for a perverted lifestyle.

And if marriage is destroyed in the process, so be it.

As the American family appears to be imploding with divorce, and as blended families become a major challenge to negotiate and develop by those who remarry, it is wise for us to examine again Paul’s instructions about divorce and remarriage in First Corinthians 7.

When may a person biblically and ethically divorce a spouse and remarry another?

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