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Remarriage and Adultery In The Bible by Michael S. Sayen is a Christian non-fiction book that seeks to unpack the subject of marriage in Christianity. As Christianity has its roots in the Mosaic Law, the author references the Old Testament in his bid to unveil what is approved by God when it comes to marriage, divorce, and separation. The author uses many convincing arguments to advise and perhaps influence those on the brink of divorce to look at their relationships as God originally intended. God’s ideal marriage is placed parallel to Christ's relationship with the church, giving the reader the full picture of God's redemption plan. Marriage is the reflection of Christ's love, forgiveness, and reconciliation.
Michael S. Sayen makes a bold statement regarding divorce, especially in this time when divorce has become a familiar situation in our day to day lives. As Christians, we are challenged to look into our lives and see if we’re living God’s vision. Remarriage and Adultery runs the reader through different scenarios that may lead to divorce. By using scripture, the author seeks to clarify the when, how and why divorce may be permissible. Is it all right to divorce when you’ve fallen out of love? What about if someone has an abusive partner? If a partner cheats, does that mean the other person can still remarry? These are some of the questions Sayen delves into in this book. Remarriage and Adultery is not just for married people but is also for young people looking to have a happy marriage in the future.