Catholics hold views that differ from the official Church doctrine on abortion. Catholics say they disapprove of the statement that "abortion is morally wrong in every case".
Your opinion differs from what the texts actually say.
The Pharisees did not ask Jesus if "same sex sexual relations are always outside the marriage covenant. You are teaching your opinion - something Jesus did not say - as absolute truth. Obviously that is a false way of interpreting scripture.
The Jewish men to whom Jesus spoke did not define marriage as one man with one woman for life. When Jesus cites Genesis 2: The fact that there are clearly stated Biblical exceptions to Complementarity proves your absolutist view is wrong. This belief is based on 1 Corinthians 7: There is no way Jesus intended His words to convey the meaning you give them - that the only marriage acceptable to God is one man with one woman.
The first polygamous marriage is recorded in the Bible in Genesis 4: God and Moses, in Deuteronomy This provision is never described by Jesus or any human author of scripture as accommodating human sinfulness, yet Jesus did describe divorce as sinful, Matt 5: Why do so many heterosexual preachers harp on the "sin" of homosexuality while ignoring the divorce epidemic in their own churches sometimes in their own lives?
That is "straining at a gnat and swallowing a camel. Many heroes of the faith practiced polygamy their entire adult lives yet scripture does not condemn them as living in sin. God is not an absolute Complementarian. In plainer words, God does not agree with your absolutist view and never states your absolutist view in the Bible.
God never encourages us to believe that the only marriage acceptable to Him is a one man with one woman marriage like Adam and Eve. Jehovah Himself affirmed polygamy through His prophet Nathan in 2 Samuel Because God affirmed polygamy, that is clear testimony from God that He does not agree with your opinion that one man with one woman is the only marriage relationship God will bless.
The Holy Spirit affirms polygamy by inference in 2 Chronicles And Jehoiada took for him two wives; and he begat sons and daughters. Jews throughout the Old Testament and into the first century AD accepted and permitted polygamy. Instead the orthodox Jewish position affirmed and blessed polygamy.
Abraham, father of the faithful and friend of God, was a polygamist, Genesis Jacob, whose sons formed the twelve tribes of Israel, was a polygamist.
There is no scriptural evidence that any early Christian who heard Jesus speak in person or who read Matthew 19 understood Jesus to be outlawing polygamy when He spoke of "two becoming one. If Jewish and Christian orthodoxy already understood that, there is no reason for the Holy Spirit and Paul to mention that having more than one wife was a deal-breaker for a bishop or a deacon.
The fact is, some first century Jews and Christians practiced polygamy because polygamy was never forbidden in scripture for anyone except bishops and deacons. Spong is a heretic of the first order.
He rejects the deity of Christ, the necessity of the new birth, justification by faith alone in Christ alone. Spong also rejects the inspiration and authority of scripture.
His testimony about what scripture does or does not teach carries no weight.Jul 16, · Number 7 doesn’t seem necessary or quite like it fits.
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