Unequally Yoked (Part 2)


Last week I spoke about the active controversy about whether Christians should sign The Manhattan Declaration, a 7-page document that stands up for:

  1. the sanctity of human life
  2. the dignity of marriage as the conjugal union of husband and wife
  3. the rights of conscience and religious liberty.

[ http://manhattandeclaration.org/ ]

Although it is well written, timely, and doesn’t say anything that a traditional Christian would likely disagree with, I noted that I personally would not sign it for five reasons:

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Unequally Yoked (Part 1)

The Manhattan Declaration

How many out there use social networking sites?

Which ones?




At this point all I really use is Facebook and Twitter, and there has been quite a controversy amongst Christians on that service under #mdec about The Manhattan Declaration — mainly, whether a Christian should sign it or not.

To complicate things, Christian leaders I respect have come down on both sides of the issue.

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