I started this series by asking ‘What is marriage?’. I have argued that it involves two people of the opposite sex, and innately excludes same sex couples. I’ve offered reasons for this in an attempt to show why we should not change the definition of marriage. (See previous articles: What is Marriage? Part 1, Part […]
My definition, largely taken from Sherif Gergis and Ryan T Anderson, is a definition that describes marriage as a relationship that is very different from any other human relationship or living arrangement.
We know ourselves, not in isolation, but by being connected to our people, our past, and even to our world.
“Love is love!” Have you heard that? I’m not sure if that’s true. I think we use the word love way too easily. Sometimes we use the word love in ways it shouldn’t be used, or when we’re not clear about what it means.
I hear it all the time. ‘Religions are all the same’. ‘They’re all teach the same thing like love and be kind to each other’. ‘Why do Christians have to insist theirs is better?’ Apart from the obvious, if you study different religions, instead of just relying on statements like the ones above, you’ll discover […]