14665Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: wedding rings
- Jun 13, 2006I agree with Cheryl.I believe in our society, a ring means marriage. That you are taken, not available. Back off! It is a symbol of love for a spouse. In other cultures it can mean something different.----- Original Message -----From: Cheryl GrenonSent: Monday, June 12, 2006 11:38 AMSubject: Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: wedding ringsI don't know about childish. I mean people who see a wedding band think "marriage" before they think "Papist."Cheryl----- Original Message -----From: DeejaySent: Sunday, June 11, 2006 5:33 PMSubject: Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: wedding rings
Well its better than wearing it through ones nose!! ;-)
But, I don't see the childish connection. Making a stand in even the smaller things can be a noble thing to do. (IMHO) And it IS being different to the world which we are called to do.
> Yes, very helpful, thank you, Edgar. I must say I like the idea of your
> old pastor, to wear one but on the other hand to be different to the
It may help with the papists but it will put one right into the Eastern
Orthodox camp :-) Not sure which one is worse :-)
But seriously, I find the idea of wearing a ring on a right hand just so
one can be different from the papists is childish.
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