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I always try to focus on topics that truly matter. Topics sometimes tend to have a gray area attached to them. When the Word of God is interpreted in its intended literal form, confusion ceases to exist. When something is not explicitly described, we use the Holy Spirit as our guide to make a moral judgment. One such topic in question has to do with marriage and whether or not a Christian can be married a non-Christian.
For the vast majority of cases, the answer is a resounding NO. This is explicitly discussed in Paul’s letters to the Corinthians. He cites two cases. The first case, which this is my interpretation but it seems evident, states that if a couple were to marry and sometime later one of them becomes a Christian that they do not have to get divorced. In this case, you can be married to a non-believer…
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