“The biblical command is clear: marry only within the faith. Yet many go against it. Why?
Part of the reason may be that no one has taken the trouble to examine the extent of
rationalisation and justification, as well as the sheer power of romantic love, that propel
people into the unequal yoke. David Wong has done all young couples and pastors a great
service. The book just about answers every question on the subject!”
Rev Dr Tony Lim
Dean, English Department, Malaysia Bible Seminary,
In marriage, husband and wife are yoked together. For such a bond, Scripture warns Christian believers not to be ‘unequally yoked’ with non-believers (2 Corinthians 6:14). Such a marriage will be weakened, strained or even break apart.
But love can take us by surprise, and some Christians do end up in the unequal yoke with non-Christians. In this insightful new book drawing from both Scripture and practical experience, pastor David Wong reveals the causes and consequences of such a union, and why the dangers may not be obvious to the couple at first. This is followed by a clear exposition of the biblical view of marriage, as a guide for such couples and their loved ones to act in love when two may not walk together.
No. of Pages:
200 by 130 mm