This is the third part in a four-part series on the Doctrine of Christian Marriage. The first part spoke to Christian Marriage as being an Icon of the Trinity; the second part spoke to Christian Marriage being an icon of the Church’s communion with Christ. In this part, I will speak about the Dogma of the Incarnation and how it has changed the nature of communion with God so as to bring in a new type of marital like relationship.
If you have not read the other two parts I would suggest that you do read them along with this third part because none of the parts stand on their own or would give a full picture without the other parts. Continue reading →
I am going to post a 4-part series on the Understanding of Christian Marriage. Each part in the series is dependent on the other parts, so I hope that anyone who reads any one part would go back and read the other parts so the basis for what is being said will be understood.
There are four Dogmas of the Christian church that enlighten and reveal the true nature of marriage and in doing so allow for a Doctrine of Marriage that is uniquely Christian. These four Dogmas are: The Trinity, The Communion of Christ’s Church, The Incarnation, and Creation.
In this first part I want to speak about the Dogma of the Trinity and how it helps in the understanding of Christian marriage. Connected with this discussion will be the Dogma of Creation, for Creation is a result of the communion of the Trinity. Continue reading →