Observations From Perhaps The Most Difficult Passage In The New Testament

Neal Pollard What is perhaps the most difficult statement in the Bible is not grammatically complex or difficult to comprehend from an intellectual standpoint. But what elder, preacher, or other member has not agonized over it many times. Asked point blank for His teaching on the subject of marriage, divorce, and remarriage, Jesus says, "Because … Continue reading Observations From Perhaps The Most Difficult Passage In The New Testament

One Of The Hardest Biblical Positions To State

Neal Pollard There are few statements or pronouncements that are clearer than Jesus’ words in Matthew 19:9, yet perhaps none, in our current culture, is more intimidating to state. Jesus contrasts His will on marriage, divorce, and remarriage with the already existent stance of the Law of Moses. He says, “Because of your hardness of … Continue reading One Of The Hardest Biblical Positions To State

Five Reasons God’s Law Of Marriage, Divorce, And Remarriage Applies To All

Neal Pollard People approach the very sensitive subject of marriage, divorce, and remarriage in several ways. Some, ignorant of what Jesus says about it, are a law to themselves and come up with any number of "alternatives" including living together without marriage, homosexuality, adultery, and the like. Some have become stricter than Jesus, saying that … Continue reading Five Reasons God’s Law Of Marriage, Divorce, And Remarriage Applies To All

Our Congregation Follows The Biblical Pattern For Marriage

Neal Pollard In the spirit of our ancient, spiritual forebears, Peter and John, even in the face of social pressure, political correctness, and even governmental legislation, letting all laws and mandates be condemned which violate or transgress His Law, "We ought to obey God rather than men" (Ac. 5:29).  For that reason, however cultures and … Continue reading Our Congregation Follows The Biblical Pattern For Marriage