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But God can and does carry out his saving work to this day, even where his gospel is not preached in all its clarity ( faith alone as a body of doctrine.
This is how I explain the faith of Catholics who exhibit remarkable Christian virtue while resisting the evangelical doctrines of grace.
I am not for a moment suggesting that the settlement of godly men is found across the Protestant border.
What I am saying is that women who are considering marriage must be sober-minded in their assessment of the spiritual maturity of their prospective husband, a maturity that will be in direct relation to a man's commitment to God's Word.
One need not serve long in pastoral ministry before romantic tragedies unfold in the congregation. With deep sorrow, I have already observed two couples whom I married divorce. Such experiences cause us to consider factors that either serve or undermine a marriage.
Such questions reach me through email or come walking into my office, often amid tears.
Frank's answer (from a Catholic perspective) was extremely helpful.
But where there is a lack of solidarity, we must have the courage to acknowledge that as well.
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“For never was a story of more woe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” The span of their affection across the contentious divide of warring Montagues and Capulets has inspired hearts for centuries. And it's not very long into this consideration before Paul's words in 2 Corinthians arise, his memorable statement about “not being unequally yoked with unbelievers.” Indeed, this principle is part of Relationship Building 101: For “what partnership has light with darkness?
And after the star-cross'd lovers met their fate, and their reconciled families cracked open a bottle of Chianti, we proceeded to relish the warmth and pain of other dramas: Jets and Sharks dancing on the West Side, to the frigid water of the sinking Titanic. ” Then someone responds: “Yeah, but what if one person in the couple is an evangelical and the other one is a Catholic, disagreeing on some things to be sure, but otherwise standing together on a common Nicene faith? Maybe it's because I have written on the topic of things Catholic and Protestant that I am frequently (if not constantly) asked for advice on this subject.