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A good example of “an annulment” that could be given on solid grounds would be if a woman were to “marry” (through no fault of her own) a man whom she later discovered to be a validly ordained priest. Since priests cannot enter into matrimony (canon 1972),4 the union between this priest and the woman was not a valid marriage. She would be given ...


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"What is the Biblical definition of Marriage?" In the New Testament/New Covenant, the apostle Paul writes that Christian marriage is a picture of Christ, as the husband and His Church as the bride. Christian marriage is to be an example to the world of what love really looks like, one man and one woman willing to give themselves to and for each other for ...


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Jesus said: Give to Cesar what is Cesar's, and give to God what is God's. [insert Gospel scripture reference] We as LDS are explicitely tought, actually commanded by God, in D&C, to obey the Law of the Land. I suppose similar reasoning is at the heart of other denominations insisting that a marriage should also be legal in front of the secular ...


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Who says there wasn't a ceremony? The very definition of marriage is the legally or formally recognized ritual of union between a man and a woman, and the definition of ceremony is an event of ritual significance. God created Eve and gave her to Adam so that they could populate the whole Earth, sounds like a pretty significant event to me. In some ...


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Jesus says that no one will enter into a marriage in heaven, I do NOT think he meant that there will not be a state of being married in heaven. To be like the angels may in some degree mean eternal not changing, Perhaps to be outside time as we know it. (This is a guess as Jesus hasn't said a lot about heaven). To be like angles can NOT mean: To be in some ...



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