Fornication and Divorce

R. E. Harlow


The author brings together very strong portions of Scripture on these two distinct but related subjects, fornication and divorce

Reviewers' comments

Gives good sound teaching on two needy subjects. (Prince Edward Island)

It should be widely circulated among assemblies, especially elders. (Maryland)

Matthew 5.32 and 19.9 should be interpreted on the basis of the Old Testament, not on the meaning of the word fornication. (Ontario)

Appreciate the emphasis on reconciliation. (Ontario)

A balanced view with scriptural support. (North Carolina)

When two Christians marry they take an oath to stay together and so there are no grounds for divorce. (New Jersey)

There are Scriptural grounds for divorce. The spiritual lives of many have been destroyed because some brethren will not recognize this. (British Columbia)

Scriptural, honest, candid, wholesome, thorough, but does not address problems of remarriage. (Colorado)

R. E. Harlow

Robert E. Harlow,a long-time commended worker, went to be with the Lord on March 10, 2003, five days short of his 95th birthday. He was co-founder of Emmaus Bible College, now located in Dubuque, Iowa, and founder, along with his wife, Gertrud, of Everyday Publications, Inc., in Port Colborne, ON. Dr. Harlow wrote more than fifty books, including Come and Dine: New Testament Readings for Every Day (1976). His,Can We Know God? (1958) was the first of a series of books he wrote in simple, "Everyday", English. It has sold some 500,000 copies in more than a dozen languages. A native of Toronto, he was also a missionary in the Belgian Congo.

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