Monday, June 04, 2007

Temporary Marriage

Temporary Marriage
"Temporary marriage is God's rule. We must aggressively encourage that"
I find this interesting. Prostitution is illegal, but temporary marriages of a few hours are not? No doubt the standard morality in the West is no better, but Christians aren't authorizing such things. God's holy law isn't watered down to make sure everyone can follow it; no, the standard is firm and shows us our sin and our inability to live up to the real standard.

Within Christianity there is real sin and real forgiveness of sin; is either concept really found anywhere else?

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1 Comments:

At 9:58 AM, Blogger Bud said...

No, not really. Both Islam and Judaism say that Christianity minimizes sin by making forgiveness too simple. They especially do not like the idea of justification by faith, that all sins are freely forgiven by the mercy and grace of God. It's too simple, and a person should pay for their sins. Gloomly religions, both of them.

 

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