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Divorce and Remarriage in the Church: Chapter 8
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Pastor Dave Online. One of the most difficult contemporary issues that the church has to wrestle with is the issue of divorce and remarriage. Is divorce every acceptable? On what grounds can a person divorce their spouse? What options are available to the victims of abuse within marriage? How should the church understand the teachings of Scripture on the subject? These and many more questions plague us.
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Traditional readings of Romans, then [According to N. Propositions in Paul are at best mere instantiations of narrative or worldview. They are at worst Western perversions of this Jewish thinker.
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Click here for Part 1 of this two-part series. Instone-Brewer does not address abuse in as much depth as I do. In his scholarly book he talks about neglect more than he talks about abuse. He does not offer a definition of abuse or of neglect. For example:. Jesus and Paul both emphasized that believers should hold marriages together even at great cost to themselves.
The Bible has a lot to say about a lot of things, but it is also silent on some matters. He shows how, when properly understood, the New Testament provides faithful, realistic, and wise guidance for the church today. Believers should never cause a divorce—that is, they should not break their marriage vows. And Paul adds that believers who have wrongly enacted a divorce-by-separation should attempt to be reconciled and not remarry because that would make the divorce irreversible. God … lovingly provides a way out of an impossible situation rather than inflexibly and legalistically ruling that all marriages must continue until death, regardless of how faithless or abusive your partner is to you.