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Wedding Vow (Covenant) Breakers

Is the issue of wedding vow (covenant) breakers really about POLYGAMY?

Namely, in referring to this issue of wedding vow (covenant) breakers, this is speaking about any man who had, on his Wedding Day, covenanted with his wife that he would "forsake all others", and yet, later ends up breaking that marriage covenant by becoming involved with another woman without his wife's knowledge, willful and un-coerced acceptance, or support.

Upon close investigation, we discover that many pro-POLYGAMY minded individuals do not support the idea of wedding vow (covenant) breakers at all. In fact, some pro-POLYGAMY minded individuals are very much "against" it indeed, very much opposing it indeed. Such ones instead say, in a pro-POLYGAMY concept referred to as love-not-force, that a husband must so love his wife that she joyfully, willingly, and without any coercion, gives her genuine assent in agreement to re-write their Wedding Covenant to no longer bind him to that "forsake all others" clause of their covenant. Such pro-POLYGAMY minded ones would also say that, if the man instead unilaterally (i.e., one-sidedly, without his wife's agreement) breaks his wedding covenant, then that man is a covenant breaker. They even say, from the Christian perspective, that that unilateral covenant breaking man, if he does not repent and correct his situation, will actually "go to hell"!

On the other hand, there are some other people, who only support MONOGAMY (actually being anti-POLYGAMY minded), who actually think that the idea of wedding vow (covenant) breakers is acceptable. How many secret affairs do we so frequently hear about? A lot. And this is with men who would claim to be MONOGAMY-minded.

Of course, though, as this idea of wedding vow (covenant) breakers is considered somewhat unacceptable to many in civil society, still though, that does not mean that such ones would then think that MONOGAMY itself should then be banned, just because they found some examples of pro-MONOGAMY minded wedding vow (covenant) breakers . Rather, such ones would only be concerned and upset specifically about the issue of wedding vow (covenant) breakers by itself.

Any person who therefore concludes that they are even downright "against" wedding vow (covenant) breakers, then it must also be understood and concluded that that issue is a completetly separate issue from that of POLYGAMY. Moreover, all who would oppose the idea of wedding vow (covenant) breakers would also actually find much support even from many who do support POLYGAMY.

As such, this investigation reveals that the issue of wedding vow (covenant) breakers is a completely separate issue from POLYGAMY altogether.

Therefore, THAT then reveals the truth for us that wedding vow (covenant) breakers is not a basis for bringing us to an ANTI-POLYGAMY way of thinking.

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