The Colonial Press published The World’s Greatest Classics in 1900. Unfortunately, the book series only had 1,000 sets published for universities, and my copy of Persian Literature was marked #81 of the set. I obtained this copy of the Persian classics in a random meeting.[Read more…] about Cutting the Shah Nameh
Nakhati Jon’s new book, Searching Below the Surface: A Deeper Look at Covenant and Contract, presents a much-needed contrast between how the God of the Bible functions in a covenant manner and the Islamic Allah in a contractual way. These foundations give an invitation to understand marriage as an outcome of these beliefs, leading us to discover why biblical marriage is covenantal, not contractual.[Read more…] about Searching Below the Surface
For marriage, distinguishing the meaning between the two can make a difference in commitment and promises.
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Are you in a relationship with a Muslim? What things should you know before you consider marrying a Muslim? Many marriages occur each year in which two people from different faiths or perspectives marry. The most likely scenario is that the non-Muslim girl considers marrying a Muslim man. This situation is because Islam allows the man to marry a woman who is not a Muslim but believes in monotheistic ideas (commonly Christian or Jewish).[Read more…] about Should I Marry a Muslim?
A matrix molds an environment determining how something develops or shapes. Today, society and governmental determinations shape marriage to define a secular or contract matrix. However, a covenant marriage in God’s presence affirms a covenant matrix molding this pattern to reflect God’s nature.[Read more…] about Covenant Matrix
In western society, marriage is a paper but Christianity defines it as a covenant. Despite this Islam makes marriage a contract. So in a Shia society like Iran, how do they define marriage? How did the Islamic revolution redefine the marriage relationship? Let’s take a look.[Read more…] about The Shia Definition of Marriage