Page 4, 6th January 1995

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St Paul sticks up for Christian marriage

IN ANSWER TO Catherine Nagaur who is committed to marriage (St Paul in I Cor, 7), St Paul does not teach the opposite to Jesus; he is speaking of what is called the Pauline annulment.

There he deals with the case of a married person who is converted to the Church, but not his or her partner. If the partner refuses to live with the believer, the believer can re-marry.

But if the unbeliever stays with the believer, then their marriage still stands. But what Jesus taught still stands.

R Walsh Leeds




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