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Except for fornication : the teaching of the lord Jesus on divorce and…

by H. Van Dyke Parunak

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 189372994X, Paperback)

Except for Fornication is a brief study, less than 80 pages, of statements in the Gospels relating to divorce and remarriage. Dr. Parunak examines the background and context of the statements of Jesus regarding divorce, and relates them to the Old Testament commands on which Jesus was commenting. This historical depth and detailed linguistic analysis will prove useful to Bible students, whether or not they ultimately agree with the author's conclusions.

This investigation is laid out as a mystery, with each aspect examined carefully in the light of historical and contextual clues. The author examines texts in the original languages and discusses the use of key words in the relevant literature.

Pastors and lay readers alike will benefit from this thorough study.

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