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Why Marriage Is A Big Deal to Evangelicals | ITC6

Why Marriage Is A Big Deal to Evangelicals | ITC6

Welcome to Episode 6 of the In the City Podcast with Dr. Jonathan G. Smith. In this episode, Jonathan discusses the topic of marriage and why it matters so much to Evangelicals. The issue of marriage always seems to illicit strong opinions, particularly among Evangelicals.

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This Episode’s Topic: Marriage

To better understand why this topic matters, Jonathan unpacks the bibles teaching on marriage and how it relates to Jesus Christ.

What You’ll Discover

  • The positives and negatives of married life
  • Cultural challenges to the traditional views of being married
  • The Bible’s illustration of the sexual union between husband and wife
  • Human bonding, sexuality, and the role of intimacy
  • The connection between human marriage and Jesus’ relationship to the church

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Sermon Notes: Sermon Notes Episode 6

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The best part about podcasting is joining in a conversation with you. To help us kick off a real conversation here is a question to consider:

  1. Why does understanding Christianity’s emphasis on holy matrimony better help you understand why it is important?
  2. How can Christians do a better job of conveying this to others?

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Jonathan G. Smith

Jonathan is a podcast enthusiast who has been creating digital content for seven years. His passion is to see people making the most out of life. He is the senior minister of Redeemer Anglican Church of Orlando Fl. When he is not busy being a husband and dad, you find him at the gym, running in his neighborhood, or making seriously killer BBQ.

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