E 84 Cohabitation: A Biblical Perspective (2002)

Cohabitation is now so common that it is widely accepted as the social norm, and marriage (where it happens) is seen as confirming the existing relationship. What does the Bible, with its affirmation of marriage, have to say to this?

By exploring the biblical norms for sexual relationships, based on the example of God's covenant love, this study offers a pattern of effective ministry to cohabiting couples, including those who come to the local church to be married. It holds together the need for biblical integrity with the demands of pastoral reality.
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Author: Revd Gary Jenkins

Gary is Vicar of Holy Trinity, Redhill. He has previously served in two other parishes in the Diocese of Southwark and before that was a science teacher. He is married with two daughters.

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