Weekly Sermons

Song of Solomon

A Theology of Marriage / Mark 10:1-12; Ephesians 5:31-32

November 12, 2017
Shea Sumlin
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It seems the idea of marriage has become more confusing in our culture than ever before. More and more couples are choosing to avoid marriage altogether because they no longer see any meaning in it. A couple years ago we needed the Supreme Court to weigh in on re-crafting a definition of marriage for us because our culture couldn't agree on the one we had. Surprisingly, though, these tensions are nothing new. They were just as heated in Jesus' day as they are in ours. This week we'll look at particular passages where Jesus will help make sense of God's original intent and design for marriage. The Scripture will help lift our sights toward a more robust, compelling and theological vision of marriage as it relates to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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