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The New Word “Adahmeve”

Now, how dearly we need the word adahmeve! The Supreme Court of the United States has just ruled that same-gender persons can obtain a marriage license anywhere in the country. With that ruling, those five justices have altered our language, divorcing the word marriage from … Continue reading

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Bible Verses and “Adahmeve”

Marriage is between a man and a woman—that concept is taken for granted by those who were inspired to write the Bible. Take the following Biblical quotations that have the modern word-substitutions (like adahmeve and admeve) for traditional marriage, first from … Continue reading

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Adahmeve and “Same Sex Marriage”

I just noticed a definition of “marriage” on dictionary.reference.com; it begins: (broadly) any of the diverse forms of interpersonal union established in various parts of the world to form a familial bond that is recognized legally, religiously, or socially . . … Continue reading

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Adahmeve – the Husband-Wife Relationship

The word “adahmeve” allows us to refer to the husband-wife marriage in one word. The word “marriage” is becoming polluted by the alternate meaning of same-sex government-authorized unions, a relationship contrary to the order of God. It seems hardly anyone … Continue reading

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