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    marriage under fire

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    Marriage under Fire We must remember what marriage is for and why God has given it the design he did. Marriage is to be between a man and a woman. This goes back to the beginning of time and why God created woman in the first place; “to provide a helpful mate for Adam; it was not good that man should be alone” (Genesis 1:18, 20-23). So we see that marriage was God's idea, not men. Knowing this, why in the world would we as Americans give that right to homosexual couples? Marriage is a blessing the

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    to symbolize the importance of marriage, spirituality, and technological advancement in the construction of an American identity. Although Niagara’s classic honeymoon reputation is often associated with the middle of the twentieth century, this long standing American tradition actually began almost one hundred years before it was advertised as such. Since its “discovery,” newlywed couples from all over North America have flocked to Niagara Falls to consummate their marriage as man and wife.

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    and Juliet thought. But marriage and love can be complicated, and some argue that marrying someone who shares your religious beliefs can make things much easier. Is having the same religious and spiritual beliefs part of criteria many people use when seeking a marriage partner? It is strongly felt that the person they are going to marry should have the same traditions and customs, and intensity of belief as they themselves do. For them, it is an imperative part of marriage. A correlation exists between

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    Marriage is a beautiful bond between a husband and a wife, a noble relationship ordained by Allah. The virtues of marriage are many, Allah (The most high) has specifically ordained obligations and rights of the two spouses in marriage. Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Whoever Allah provides with a righteous wife, then Allah has assisted him in half of his religion. Let him fear Allah regarding the second half.”[Sahih (authentic)]. The importance

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    The Importance of Marriage Many people think that a wedding in a church is important so that the people getting married are under the eyes of God and he will give then the love and guidance against thing's like marital breakdown and to give the couple the love and support for each other . 'The love of man and woman is made holy in the sacrament of marriage, and becomes the mirror of your everlasting love', this quote

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    success.” - Henry Ford. Marriage is the legal or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship (Waite,2003, pg.1). Marriage rates have been decreasing since the 1950s’s (Punch, 2004, Pg.1) and 1 in 5 marriages ends in divorce or separation in the first 5 years (Murphy, 2008, pg.2). This is because your marriage must consists of certain factors or it is doomed for failure. There are certain character qualities that are essential for a marriage to work. Financial stability

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    Marriage is the start of an “everlasting” bond between a man and woman. Couples entering into a marriage bond should have a basic understanding of the many alterations that will take place. The major adjustments after marriage are goal setting, traditions, joined decision making, and learning to compromise. A long-lasting marriage is dependent upon how a couple works on the relationship. These changes will and can have negative and positive influences on a relationship. From the time that a couple

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    technique that I could use to improve my future marriage is the speaker listener technique. This technique will help my spouse and I to listen more diligently to what the other person is saying rather than preparing to respond. This technique will improve our understanding of how the other person is feeling. This concept could help to create a successful marriage. The

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    that our human dignity will have a strong foundation, starting with our family. Marriage and Family must have a strong foundation. Why? , Because marriages and families play a vital role in (I) Society- A nuclear family (consists of a father, mother, and children) is the basic building block of society. A child learns relationships through family; it is also in the family that children learn how they

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    is also a proof of the wife's devotion. A child is it may seem the husband's legal assert. By giving a child to the man, the wife proves her loyalty to the husband, or even her affection to him. This holds true not only in arranged marriages, but also in love marriages. There are however, a number of other necessities besides giving the husband a baby that a woman has to meet in order to be considered a good wife. Most of them similar to those she had to meet as a daughter. A good wife should in addition

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