Re: [Covenanted Reformation]The Lord's Hatred of Divorce
- actually she is towing the Protestant Reformed church's line. She
offered englesma's paper as her proof. I whole heartedly disagree w/
the paper...just thought i'd let you know that it does have
a "reformed" connection.
--- In email@example.com, covie1646
> I cannot improve upon what has been said here by the Covenanters.
> Their voices certainly join with the voices of Covenanters past and
> even fully and faithfully reflect the Word of God. Your argument,
> Maria, has failed to show that God requires unconditional
> of wife to husband and that remarriage after divorce iscategorically
> unlawful. I've studied different churches that claim thegroup
> name "Reformed" or "Presbyertian", and there is no Reformed
> Presbyterian (or even a Hugenot church) church (except for the
> backslidden ones such as the PCUSA possibly) that would agree with
> your position in their position papers and teachings. The only
> of Christians that would agree with your position would be themodern
> churches of the (Ana)Baptists of the name "Fundamental Baptists"anti-
> or "Independent Fundamental Baptists". Your position, Maria, is
> nothing more than a variant of the position held by the Papist,
> Christian church.loyalty
> What Triune God of the Bible would have a person give higher
> and following to her husband than Him to the extent of disobeyingcommandment?
> Him?! That is tatamount to idolatry quite similar to the Papist
> idolatries of giving obedience and greater loyalty to the "Marian"
> apparitions (or rather angels of darkness) to the extent of
> disobeying God. I must also ask what is the 1st greatest
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Andrew Clements"
> <andrew_clements@h...> wrote:
> > Martin,
> > "Which of the following is a women to submit to from her husband
> > longsodomized.
> > as the husband is "willing to live with her":
> > 1) Against the 6th commandment: being beaten, even unto serious
> > injury or death.
> > It has nothing to do with her choice. She is accountable for what
> > she does before God.
> > 2) Against the 7th commandment: being molested, raped or
> > What is your point? She is still to submit, is her submission
> > conditional?
> > 3) Having 1 or/and 2 done to her children."
> > Are you talking in the context of a Christian marriage? Highly
> > Unlikely!!!!
> > If you are talking about the non-elect, they are also obligated
> > obey God's commandments, just like all men, we will all have toit
> > stand before the judgement seat of God.
> > I can not believe that Christians actually speak in this manner,
> > is FLAT OUT EVIL. Disgraceful!for
> > The pharisee also add and subtracted to God's word to trap and
> > ensnare.
> > I am not naive, I am very much aware of the depravity of man. It
> > all around us in society and in the bible. Be remained that you
> > are addressing a Christian woman. I am not a man. I don't care
> > your tone of voice and the way in which you are speaking to me.
> > Like I said before, I welcome anyone who is sincerely open to the
> > subject of remarriage to e-mail me privately.
> > End of argument.
> > Marie.