Do We Have the Definition of Marriage Wrong? by Ken Ham

Posted By on June 12, 2013

“As academic biblical scholars, we wish to clarify that the biblical texts do not support the frequent claim that marriage between one man and one woman is the only type of marriage deemed acceptable by the Bible’s authors.”

Why would these scholars claim that the Bible doesn’t actually say what it clearly does? Well, the answer seems to be that they don’t believe in the authority of Scripture as much as they believe in their own academic abilities.

But the question I always like to ask is what’s the real motive here? Why would these scholars claim that the Bible doesn’t actually say what it clearly does?

Read the rest here.

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One Response to “Do We Have the Definition of Marriage Wrong? by Ken Ham”

  1. doreen says:

    One can’t help but notice, how these men also attack the Bible’s authors. As though the Bible’s authors wrote at their own desire, and were not inspired by God as it tells us in 2 Peter 1:20-21.

    Also, homosexuals need to realise, without heterosexuals, they wouldn’t be here.

    Marriage between one man and one woman is the only recognised marriage in God’s eyes.

    There is nothing else.

    God bless.

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