Articles on Marriage

By now, you have heard that the Supreme Court issued its long-anticipated decision, which imposed a 50-state same-sex marriage mandate. Pastors and churches have exhibited a great degree of uncertainty preceding the decision, wondering what the impact of the decision will be... Continue...

Americans now find themselves on the other side of the same-sex marriage debate. The Supreme Court has ruled, and ruled against an understanding of marriage supported by the Bible and all of human civilization. How did we reach a point... Continue...

We honor marriage because God honors it. Indeed the whole Trinity testifies that marriage is honorable. God the Father honored it by designing, instituting, regulating, and witnessing the first marriage. God defines it’s nature, its parties and its terms.  Christ honored... Continue...

In a few days, the United States Supreme Court will issue its ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges and several related cases.[1] A majority of the Court’s members may find a right to same-sex marriage in the Fourteenth Amendment to United... Continue...

Trillia Newbell interviews Amie Patrick about a book she wrote with her husband, The Dude's Guide to Marriage. Amie is wife to Darrin, lead pastor of The Journey in St. Louis. They have 4 children and have served in a variety... Continue...

The Apostle Paul isn’t ambivalent about marriage. In replying to inquiries of the fledgling churches he helped plant, Paul instructs congregations to preserve purity, remain faithful to one another, and glory in the fact that marriage uniquely illustrates the relationship... Continue...

Daniel Patterson: Welcome back to the Questions and Ethics program with Russell Moore. I’m Daniel Patterson, and Dr. Moore, today we have a question from a listener who sent in and said, “I’m engaged. We are an interracial couple, but... Continue...

This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on whether the U.S. Constitution requires the redefinition of marriage to include same-sex couples. It was an historic day. While no side can predict how the Court will rule, all evidence suggests the justices... Continue...

The Supreme Court of the United States is hearing oral arguments on whether the Constitution requires the redefinition of marriage. Lindsay Swartz sits down with Andrew T. Walker to discuss the implications this could have on our society, as well... Continue...

Recently at TGC, I wrote a piece on how Christians should be thinking through the oral arguments related to same-sex marriage. That day is today, and I’d like to add an additional note about a conversation that isn’t happening that... Continue...