Category Archives: what does the bible say about divorce

Family Court, CPS and Best Interest of the Child

If you want to know what happen to America’s family law system, follow the Money! It all started with the unilateral no-fault divorce. Since then, millions of dollars are given to fund the State and CPS in custody cases every … Continue reading

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Can we lose our “faith”?

An important aspect to understand soteriological implications is that “faith” is not the “act of acceptance” like circumcision was to the Covenants. Meaning, an act of acceptance is a “one-time” act that works as a witness or testimony to others … Continue reading

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75%-80% of all divorces are initiated by the wife. The same percent of women get the children and the money.

“According to the National Center for Health Statistics, about 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce, and about 80 percent of the divorces are initiated by women. That 50 percent is often quoted and it is … Continue reading

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Unilateral and Bilateral are the two type of Covenants in the Bible

1) Unilateral comes from “uni” meaning one. Like a unicycle: this is an “Unconditional Covenant” because it is one-sided. 2) Bilateral comes from “bi” meaning two. Like a bicycle: this is a “Conditional Covenant” because each persons promise is dependent … Continue reading

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It’s Not Fair!

Life is not fair!   Marriages that are bilateral (two people making a promise to each other) have “zero” foundation for the headship principles taught in Scripture. This is made apparent by Paul repeatedly instructing the Gentile women to obey … Continue reading

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Matt. 19:9’s “exception clause” (vs.) 1 Cor. 7:15’s “exception clause”

Paul starts off in 1 Corinthians 7:10 telling us that this is the “Lord’s command” and not his. Why? Well, for two reasons. First, Paul wanted to have a platform of authority on which to build. And secondly, he wanted … Continue reading

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Essay on Divorce and Remarriage in the Church

Today we live in an age where divorce runs rampant in the Church even though we preach it from the Pulpit, in our marriage-ministry, and in the pre-marriage courses. Divorce and remarriage is still a highly emotional and debated subject … Continue reading

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