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1. Biblical Womanhood, Part 4: Women in the Bible and the Church – Rebekah Curtis and Rose Adle, 6/4/15
Rebekah Curtis and Rose Adle, Coauthors, “Ladylike: Living Biblically” “Ladylike: Living Biblically” by Rose Adle and Rebekah Curtis Ladylike on FaceBook Ladylike in Pinterest The Ladylike Blog
Dr. Hadley Arkes, Professor of Jurisprudence at Amherst “The Jujitsu of Same-Sex Marriage” by Hadley Arkes
With guest Rev. Mark Cares of Truth in Love Ministries.
“Three Brazilians in love have their nation up in arms over whether their relationship, now enshrined in a three-way marriage, is legal. The public notary who conducted their marriage says there’s no reason the threesome – or ‘thruple’, as the internet has charmingly labelled it – shouldn’t enjoy the same kinds of rights imparted upon two people who get hitched.” Thrupling (the word combines “three” and “couple” into thruple; also spelled throuple) is a form of “polyamorous triad,” group marriage, wherein there is either one man joined to two women or one woman joined to two men. Of course, other combinations are possible. The Atlantic, July 2014, magazine title on the same subject reads: “Multiple Lovers, Without . . . Read All
A federal judge in Utah has ruled that the state’s law banning polygamy is unconstitutional. If the ruling is upheld on appeal–and how could it not be?–that would have a big impact not only on radical Mormons but on American Muslims. And, of course, anyone else who might like to try that lifestyle. (Think there [Read More…] . . . Read All
Eric Johnson of Mormonism Research Ministry Mormonism Research Ministry
(1) Insights on Polygamy. (2) Homosexuality. (3) Caller: Ezra 10:9, 10, 15.
A federal judge has ruled that Utah laws against polygamy are unconstitutional. From Utah Polygamy Court Ruling On ‘Sister Wives’ Case Confirms Fears Of Social Conservatives. (Religious News Service) Fueling debates over marriage and religious freedom, a federal judge declared on Dec. 13 Utah laws criminalizing polygamy are unconstitutional, ruling on a case involving the [Read More…] . . . Read All
We were doing devotion the other night and reading about Abraham. Our kids noticed right away that Abraham had more than one wife and they asked why? I didn’t have an answer for them. I also know that other OT figures (Solomon, David etc) had many wives and concubines. Why did God allow this? Why is polygamy present in the OT (even seems to have God’s blessing) but is called sin in the NT? Where does the “one flesh” that God joins together come into this? Your help would be greatly appreciated! God allows all sorts of aberrations and abuses of His creation to go on. That doesn’t mean that because there is an abuse that it nullifies the fact . . . Read All
Bill McKeever of Mormonism Research Ministry “Answering Mormon Questions” by Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson Mormonism Research Ministry “Mormonism 101″ by Bill McKeever
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