By Pastor Matt Trewhella “There is no reason for Oklahoma or any state to be involved in marriage.” This is the Libertarian cry that is growing in popularity and gets parroted by many who never ponder the depths of what they are saying. This time, however, the above quote was from a
Virgil Cooper: Marriage Licenses: The Real Truth Tue Feb 8, 2005 02:52 220.127.116.11 Marriage Licenses: The Real Truth by Virgil Cooper firstname.lastname@example.org Enlightening Conversation with a Marriage License Bureau. . . . About 15 years ago, my former wife of 26½ years, filed for divorce. We had seven (7) children: five (5) daughters and two (2) sons.
We innocently forfeit our legal and parental rights when we purchase a marriage license. Rich writes: I wanted to pass along some VERY important information regarding marriage, the marriage contract, contract law, the state and children. This has helped me see the TRUE DANGER in getting married today. I have been studying
by Rev. Matthew Trewhella Sunlight was just beginning to break over the darkness of the morning as my wife and I headed toward the entrance of the cold brick-faced building. Fear and apprehension gripped me each step of the way. A thousand questions and thoughts raced through my mind. "How much
Marriage License Not Necessary by Rev. Matthew Trewhella Every year thousands of Christians amble down to their local county courthouse and obtain a marriage license from the State in order to marry their future spouse. They do this unquestioningly. They do it because their pastor has told them to go get one,
How long will you falter between two opinions? If the LORD is God follow Him... 1 Kings 18:21 We live in a statist culture. Christians who develop their worldview self-consciously understand this fact of life to one degree or another. The problem is, Christians in this country have only ever lived in
by Pastor Matt Trewhella July 25, 2007 Recently, The Nation magazine, bastion of left-leaning drivel, wrote an attack piece against Christians who have large families. The article essentially declared that these large-family Christians are having many children for political reasons. Their aim was to warn the non-Christian world of this insidious behavior. The