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Pagan Customs in the Western Marriage Ceremony: A Hebraic Perspective

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Pagan Customs in the Western Marriage Ceremony: A Hebraic Perspective

Pagan Customs in the Western Marriage Ceremony: A Hebraic Perspective answers questions such as: How was a marriage sealed in Biblical times? How did they celebrate the wedding ceremony? Are Western ceremonies acceptable and Biblical?

A Christian marriage is a covenant relationship, not a contract on a piece of paper. Westerners today see marriage only when the contract is signed. Is this the way God designed it? 

The symbols of the “western” wedding tradition of today are not in agreement with God's covenant with Abraham in Genesis 15, due to ignorance and not understanding Scripture from a Hebraic perspective. 

Those who live in the modern western world do not realize the full significance of God’s way of marriage—the true Biblical way. 

It is an undeniable fact that many pagan traditions entered the beloved Church, especially during the dark ages, and very few Biblical or Hebrew traditions of the early Assembly (Church) of Acts remained. Biblical marriage customs, therefore, must be examined by the westerner using “Hebrew tools” to grasp the significance of God’s ordained marriage.

You better brace yourself, as this is going to be an eye-opener for you which will pleasantly surprise you! 


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Book Size: A5

Number of Pages: 27

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