Covenant Oneness vs. Contract Oneness
Oneness differs between a covenant-keeping God and a contract-expecting God in essence, reliability, and motivation. What distinct characteristics does a relational, loving God display?
Couple Counsel in the Middle of Choir Practice
Last winter, a Persian couple invited me to join them for their choir practice at Prestonwood Baptist outside of Dallas, Texas. I thought, Oh my but left with an Oh-wow-feeling!
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En Route to Defining a Covenant Marriage – Countering Contract
My beloved is mine, and I am his – Song of Solomon 2:16
God’s relational covenant with his people demonstrates how the Bible defines a covenant marriage. The divine character of God forms a covenant identity that pursues one’s beloved diligently in a sacrificial way to promote relationship and further unity.
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Is Marriage a Covenant or Contract? Society’s dilemma
For marriage, distinguishing the meaning between the two can make a difference in commitment and promises.
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Should I Marry a Muslim?
Are you in a relationship with a Muslim? What things should you know before you consider marrying a Muslim? In many marriages, two people from different faiths or perspectives marry each year. 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).