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Should the church be held accountable for failed marriages?

Posted by truthtalklive on November 14, 2006

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3 Responses to “Should the church be held accountable for failed marriages?”

  1. L. Carlos Isaza said

    I really appreciated the topic of the show tonight and think it might warrant more focused consideration at a later date. I feel “the church” has failed to provide counseling and guidance for husbands and wives – we don’t so much provide marriage counseling as we communicate the idea that husbands and wives must be perfect, never sin, and that if they do stumble or fall in their faithfulness there is something terribly wrong with them and their relationship together. We shoot our wounded instead of identifying with others’ failures. I’d love to hear more about other’s experiences in working with church groups in dealing with marriage counseling.

  2. Anonymous said

    FITE-COMMANDER owner of FITE=fear is the essential at http://WWW.FITECLAN.COM Jesus said it very well every man or women who wants to enter into the kingdom of GOD must take up his sword(the WORD OF GOD).Jesus also said take you your cross DAILY.The church should not be held accountable for broken marriages.When people marry they make a public promise in front of a judge or preacher that no matter what they will LOVE each other till death do us part.The divorcers should be held accountable for not getting the help they need to keep their marriage together.A promise is a promise. As the word say do not make a promise to GOD and break less he gets angry. KEEP YOUR PROMISES

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