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Divorce & remarriage : the Trojan Horse within the church, whom shall we then believe

Author: Joseph A Webb; Patricia L Webb
Publisher: [Maitland, Fla.] : Xulon Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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While religious leaders are frantically pointing at the danger of rationalistic humanism outside the Church, many of these very same leaders are unknowingly, and we want to emphasize, unknowingly, teaching from their pulpits one of the most permissive and destructive concepts of humanistic doctrine ever devised by man: the present-day teachings concerning marriage, divorce and remarriage. As a result, the divorce  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph A Webb; Patricia L Webb
ISBN: 9781604773309 1604773308
OCLC Number: 276175208
Description: 171 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Teachings of the early church on marriage, divorce and remarriage --
Exposing the enemy in the camp --
The reformers, Erasmus, the Trojan horse --
The devastation of divorce and remarriage --
Clear Bible passages on divorce and remarriage --
Understanding biblical covenants --
Clarifying other doctrinal truths --
Where do we go from here? --
Conclusion.
Other Titles: Divorce and remarriage :
Trojan Horse within the church
Whom shall we then believe
Responsibility: Joseph A. Webb and Patricia L. Webb.

Abstract:

While religious leaders are frantically pointing at the danger of rationalistic humanism outside the Church, many of these very same leaders are unknowingly, and we want to emphasize, unknowingly, teaching from their pulpits one of the most permissive and destructive concepts of humanistic doctrine ever devised by man: the present-day teachings concerning marriage, divorce and remarriage. As a result, the divorce rate in the Church is higher today than in the unchurched world. As you read this book, you will be confronted with a humanistic worldview and a biblical worldview concerning divorce and remarriage. - Introduction.

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