This is a long episode, but it is so worth it if you are married, thinking about getting married, or know someone who is married (that should cover just about everyone). Todd discusses four chapters from his doctoral dissertation on divorce. First, he discusses the context and the meaning of Matthew 5:31-32. Next, Todd discusses the way the Church has understood divorce during different ages. Then Todd surveys the different approaches to divorce today in believing churches. Finally, Todd describes his own pastoral approach to divorce. That really sets it apart from the other contemporary approaches. The subject matter is heavy, but we think you will appreciate it. Please let us know either way!
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A Rethinking of the Traditional Divorce Exception Understanding of Matthew 5:31-32 and its Implications for Pastoral Counseling by Todd Bordow
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