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There is no point in marriage when you can live together in any case

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"There is no point in marriage when you can live together in any case" Some people would agree with the statement because they don't like to get into a big relationship without really knowing how it would feel like to live with them first. They may not want to make vows before God, family and friends knowing that in the next few years they won't like each other and they will have to break these vows (promise). They may be living together just for lust (desirable purposes) and not because they are in love or want to spend there lives with each other. Marriage is a big commitment and they might not want to get in a commitment as it may have not been part of their plans for future. ...read more.

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Marriage is better because it is tradition; 98% of adults are married. Marriage provides a suitable relationship for two people to grow and love each other. You marry to have the full approval of your family, friends and the society. Marriage is also a suitable relationship where children can grow. For Christians, marriage certainly does have a point and is seen as far superior to cohabitation. Christians do not believe in or support sex before marriage (pre-marital sex). Many have debated about the rights and wrong before marriage. They believe and also teach that sex should be kept for marriage; where a wife and husband share deep love and commitment for each other. The bible states that sex before marriage is a sin (Matthew 5 vs. ...read more.

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16And if a man entice a maid that is not betrothed, and lie with her, he shall surely endow her to be his wife. 17If her father utterly refuse to give her unto him, he shall pay money according to the dowry of virgins. (Exodus 22:16-17). I disagree because if you want to spend your life with someone, you should just make it official. When you get married it shows everyone that you are committed to the relationship. If you are not married it is most likely that you or your partner will cheat. The New Testament also forbids sexual relations outside marriage. Hebrews 13:4 commands everyone to honor the institution of marriage. ( 4Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.). ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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