">
:: Unregistered? Register for a user account.



Christian Topics



Christian Friends

There are 1 unlogged user and 0 registered users online.

You can log-in or register for a user account here.

Languages

Preferred language:


Category: About Us

The news items published under this category are as follows.
See all


This Ministry

Hi, I'm Pastor Don. I'm a Christian Writer, Preacher, & American businessman.

I live in the Philippines for a portion of the year and a portion of the year in the United States. I have been forced to delete some personal information from this site due to threats of harm against my family. Few preachers are willing to preach the Bible. When they do, they come in harms way. I am a Born Again Christian in accordance with John 3:3-7 & 1 Peter 1:23 and we have "come out of her."

Patriarchal Christianity

In the mid 1990s I registered Isaiah4vs1.com and began placing my articles about Patriarchal Christianity on that website. Some of those articles were the beginnings of my novel, The Prince of Sumba. In July 1998 I registered this website and a number of others and moved all the contents of the prior site to the new sites.

With the thought that I could prevent their misuse I registered and continue to register names such as:

ChristianPolygamy.com
ChristianPatriarchy.com

I feared that a day would come when someone would lay claim to these names as if they invented them and pervert them into some kind of cult.

There were primarily 5 Christian Patriarchy ministries on the Internet in 1997, if you include the website that I published on at that time; Isaish4vs1.com. (If this is incorrect then please send me a correction.) I'm merely listing this to provide a brief history of Internet Christian Polygamy websites. What you find on this website is exactly what I had on that site except that it has been expanded upon and edited. Whether I have now or have ever had more than one wife at a time is nobody's business but mine.

In marriage, both the man and the woman are free to live their lives in accordance with Scripture. If a man sees fit to take another wife he may. As in all decisions he should seek wise counsel and consider the consequences.

A woman typically has more freedoms than she exercises in her marriage, however it is adultery if a woman has a carnal relationship with a man other than her husband and it is fornication if she even associates with another man without the permission of her husband not to mention that the man who permits his wife to have friendships with other men is a fool. A man is head of the woman and this should not be taken lightly.

For many men it is not a choice of whether to take another wife. It is a matter of physical and spiritual necessity. To be clear, it is not a sin to take an additional wife to "satisfy" ones own needs. Marriage was invented by God in order to satisfy the needs of man. For Adam there was found no suitable helpmeet, so God created woman. Now, in order to avoid immorality it is important that no preacher deny a man this right to have his own God given desires satisfied in a way that is appropriate before God. This means that in order to avoid immorality* a man should not be discouraged from taking an additional wife that lives with him or even a wife who does not live with him.

A man must consider that he must be part of his varied households in sufficient amounts of time to prevent his sons from lacking appropriate male role models. If a man does not take this into consideration then he is risking that his sons may turn out to be effeminate or worse. Let's not be irresponsible with our families. We are called upon to go forth and multiply but not in such a way that we will cause more problems than we solve.

God bless your families.



Note: *avoid immorality - 1Corinthians 7:9 But if they cannot contain, let them marry: for it is better to marry than to burn.
Pastor Don writes on issues of marriage. Considering that most Christians don't follow what is taught in the Bible but only what they think is taught in Bible, most of what Pastor Don writes IS controversial.

If you have questions or comments concerning this article please
click here
to send a message to Pastor Don.


Posted by: Pastor_Don_Milton on Jan 19, 2005 - 08:01 PM  

Site Search


Admonitions

Better [is] the sight of the eyes than the wandering of the desire: this [is] also vanity and vexation of spirit. Ecclesiastes 6:9

-- Solomon --

Other Stories

Chat with Pastor Don