The History of Marriage

Christianity and the Tradition of Marriage VorJack, Unreasonable Faith, June 8, 2009 Traditional marriage, as I’ve argued here many times, is misogynistic, antiquated and unnecessary. In this article VorJack gives an interesting history of “traditional” marriage from as far back as the Romans. He takes the reader through marriage as it metamorphosed from an private, […]

A Global God

One World, Under God Robert Wright, The Atlantic, April 2009, p38 This fascinating essay discusses the history of tolerance within, mostly, historical Christianity. The Apostle Paul, Wright argues, is a shrewd and pragmatic businessman, of sorts. Religious teachings and mandates are changed in response to the political, social and economic realities of the time. So, […]