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But in no situation should you sin against God [by divorcing], no matter how much pain or emotional problems you have to go through. It is much better than sinning against God Almighty.

GeneralCraft, POD Warrior Forum 9 Comments [11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Redhunter

You are a moron. You support people staying together even though there is abuse going on? Beating? Berating? Cowing? Threatening? That's what kind of god you look up to? May your god strike your hands with lightening before you spout anymore garbage you hick.

6/27/2006 6:41:04 AM

Julian

OK for starters even Jesus said you could divorce! (he gave female adultery as an excuse).

Before that in the old testament, women were the property of men who could have as many wives as they wanted and keep or discard the ones they didn't want. They could even claim the woman wasn't a virgin on their wedding night and if her father hadn't kept the bedsheets from that night and they weren't covered in blood she'd get stoned to death!

Next fucking stupid comment!

6/27/2006 7:13:15 AM

Rahab

Yup. God would rather you subject yourself and your innocent children to pain, suffering, and even death at the hands of an abusive tyrant than besmirch his good name by divorcing.

[/sarcasm]

1/26/2007 1:04:24 AM



"It is much better than sinning against God Almighty."

Why?

Jesus, I've seen ants with better morality than your idea of God.

8/9/2009 8:26:40 AM

Allegory for Jesus

Take the punch, for Jesus. You wouldn't want to make the baby Jesus cry now would you?

10/22/2010 7:23:44 PM

katie5000

My mother was a religious person, and even she always said that there are three reasons a person could legitimately divorce: abuse, adultery, and abandonment. If you think about it, all three of those things mean that the vow that you swore to uphold on your wedding day is now null and void. The other party is thus released from the agreement.

Now, why would an omnipotent, omniscient deity not realize this??

10/22/2010 10:51:28 PM

Swede

Yeah, just stay in the abusive marriage. It's probably your fault anyway, you cause him/her to beat you up somehow. If he/she beats you to death, then you'll just join God sooner.

/sarcasm

10/22/2010 11:06:00 PM



Right, no divorce, just put your wife aside and marry another woman. Hey, King David did it and he was on of God's poster boys, so it must be okay with him, right?

10/23/2010 7:21:41 AM

Professor von SCIENCE!

Just like a relationship with God, no matter how much the person you're with belittles you and abuses you only to say it's your fault, you should stick with them because they promise it will be better this time.

Aka, God; the ultimate abusive spouse.

7/1/2013 2:34:28 PM
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