Is a Methodist stealing someone else's husband, then divorcing her own husband to marry the other women's husband the trifecta of sin?
The Bible says stealing, cheating and divorce are sin.
Bonus points if they believe in Bigfoot
- Seaside RosesLv 51 month ago
if you're feeling any guilt, well, this is why.....
- magix151Lv 71 month ago
Yes it would seem so.
- 1 month ago
I believe the sin would be coveting, not stealing. Stealing would imply the husband was an unwilling participant.
- HindusufiLv 71 month ago
Great Balls of Fire that's a good question! It is of course wrong even by secular values.
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- 1 month ago
The Methodist in question said that it’s okay for her to do all that, as she was pursuing her own happiness.
Apparently her personal wants and are above everyone else.
- JustinLv 71 month ago
How does a person 'steal' someone's spouse exactly?
That sounds like editorialism. Was there human trafficking involved?
If not, it sounds like someone made a decision to leave, then remarried. Jesus permits the end of a marriage because of sexual unfaithfulness by one spouse, though He would not sanction remarriage until the original spouse is dead.
Since you only gave one 'side' I have no idea how many 'sins' were involved, if any, other than disobedience to the strong admonition against remarriage after divorce except for after the death of the original spouse, (which you also neglected to mention either way).
It sounds like you need to leave the theology to believers.
- RayalLv 71 month ago
What is your major malfunction? If you don't like someone (FB) plonk her and you will never see anything from her again. But this BS calling out is stupid, childish and boring.
- Anonymous1 month ago
It is okay if they are a pisces
- DzeLv 71 month ago
theres all kinds of sin .. straight adultery like that though is one of the few things specifically spelled out that God will personally judge harshly ...
- poldi2Lv 71 month ago
Anyone doing that is breaking the rules, not just Methodists.