Marry Different Type Of Christian
I am about to marry a tritarian, am oneness how do we work out our issues without losing our faith? I don't think either of us will change, maybe one will after many years marriage but not now. Should we even have kids or let this same issue affect their lives?
Moderator - Don't do it as both of you will view each other as non-saved. Which type of church will you attend?
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---Lisa on 3/11/06
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The marriage question doesnt bother me as much as your statement Lisa. You said I dont think either of us will change.This includes you.If you truly have a oneness revelation you would not even think about not being oneness.Forget the marriage for now. Go talk to your pastor about getting grounded. And start talking to God. Because something has entered in your life to cause doubt.
---mike on 5/11/07|
When you say "oneness" are you talking United Pentecostal/Apostolic type? As in Jesus only, must be baptized in Jesus name AND speak in tongues to be saved?
---Bruce5656 on 5/11/07|
you have to believe Jesus is the Son of God to be Saved not the Godhead mans definition of the father and the Son And the Holy Ghost are right and wrong on both sides there are sciptural errors on both sides, the Arians wrote the oneness doctrine first the council of Nicia wrote the trinty doctrine neither came from the apostles . the apostles doctrine is the doctrine of the Father and the Son 1john 2:22
---Exzucuh on 4/8/06|
If you are christian then marrying someone and there are already different veiws are bound to lead towards many other conflicts, Marry in haste without seriously considering
that the Bible warns of being unequally yoked, either by doctrine or salvation, you may repent at lesiure be warned, God never lies.
---Carla on 4/8/06|
If you are oneness you should know the answer to your question .It is 2nd Corth 6-14
---Betty2 on 4/7/06|
Is it important to clash over 3-in-1 vs 3 are 1 vs 1+1+1=1 vs 1=1=1. Then there is baptism. Do you follow the "great commission" of the gospels or what the apostles/disciples did with it in Acts? Do you dip or sprinkle for baptism? I am NOT trying to belittle these differences. They WILL cause marital upheaval and strife. However there is scripture for being unequally yoked. It is between you, your betroved, and God. PRAY, PRAY, PRAY. Meet with your pastor(s). Seek the word of God.
---mikefl on 3/29/06|
Jen ... I did mean on other blogs, and about many doctrinal differences.
---alan_of_uK on 3/12/06|
I don't see anyone bitter here at all. Just some people trying to steer Lisa in the right direction.
---Jen on 3/12/06|
There is no issue to work out if you do not create one. This married will be a tragedy for both parties concerned. Three and one can not make two. Would you take off your parachute before jumping from a plane? If you two get married you will have both done so.
---mima on 3/12/06|
Since the issue seems to cause bitterness between many of us here, and we are strngers, think what such a difference of views will make when it is between two who are so close. Particularly as each will be told by his/her church that the other is not Christian.
---alan_of_uK on 3/11/06|
Lisa, this does not sound good right from the start. Why don't you pray real hard for God to bring you into His will. He is faithful, all you have to do is quietly listen.
Do you want God's will, or would you want your will right now and very probably a life of misery?
---Pete on 3/11/06|
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