What Does the Bible Say About Divorce?

Dr. Anne Davis finds that the divorce passage in Matthew 19:3-11 uses methods of midrash, so the literal meaning is not necessarily the correct interpretation. Furthermore, the passage is filled with ironic sarcasm and ridicule, which reinforces the need to resist a literal interpretation.
Speaker: Dr. Anne Davis
Level: Beginner
Date: 11/26/18
Length: 27:28

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