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... " a reference to 2 Sam. Ch. 11, in which David committed adultery with Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah, and then sent him into battle ...
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... astonishing vagueness.' He did not specify any specific sins. Was he referring to adultery, perjury or obstruction of justice? And in the next breath Clinton said ...
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... to arguably secular matters, such as honoring one's parents, killing or murder, adultery, stealing, false witness and covetousness. Rather, the first part of ...
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... Why has contraception induced lower rates of morality? Throughout history, some have committed adultery.'However, a tremendous deterrent from doing so, if not the ...
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... the mutual consent of both people, unless there is a grievous fault such as adultery or physical abuse? Would you support a change from No-Fault Divorce to Mutual ...
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... . Justice Antonin Scalia fired back, asking Smith, "Aren't there statutes on adultery? Are they unconstitutional? What about rape laws that only apply to male-female ...
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... offer to couples in a similar situation. We can offer hope that even after adultery, it is possible to pull marriages back together.' Every church has couples ...
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... divorce had to prove the spouse was at'fault' for destroying the contract by adultery, desertion or conviction of a felony. No-fault should be called unilateral divorce ...
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... 12 of its 36 states recently instituted Sharia law in which a woman found in adultery is stoned to death.'This has sparked counter demonstrations by Christians and ...
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... and are calling for harsh Sharia Law in which women are sentenced to death for adultery and robbers lose an arm. Words have consequences. Other Baptist leaders have ...
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