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November 11, 2011 at 2:49 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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That is a really controversial question. I suppose my answer would be it depends on the type of christian you are... There are just so many variables to this, biblically and socially speaking. HMMM...

November 11, 2011 at 2:56 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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Speaks to being unequally yoked... To me being "unequally yoked" is beyond marriage and religious choice. It is a social charge applicable to marriage, dating, lessons in child rearing, etc. More interesting to me is the bible is very clear on this type of issue: being unequally yoked, casting your pearls before swine, evil communications corrupting good morals, "If it don't fit you must aquit", oh wait, that's Cochran... I think the message is to be in positive, healthy relationships that build you up as a person, christian, or mate. ...opposed to relationships that tear you down socially, emotionally, or spiritually...


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