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Patriarchal Marriage, Israels' righteous way of life, Methods and Practice PB By Rabbi Simon Altaf Hakohen
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Paperback: How did the Israelites live? What form of marriage did they practice and how did they practice it? This book is about to show you what was God’s design from the beginning and how... More > the Israelites lived within G-d’s required parameters. Today these things appear mythological but here we show you the methods and ways of how this lifestyle was practiced and is being restored in these last days.< Less
Patriarchal Marriage, Y’sra’el's right-ruling way of life, Methods and Practice (Ebook) By Rabbi Simon Altaf Hakohen
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How did the Israelites live? What form of marriage did they practice and how did they practice it? This book is about to show you what was G-d’s design from the beginning and how the... More > Israelites lived within G-d’s required parameters. Today these things appear mythological but here we show you the methods and ways of how this lifestyle was practiced and is being restored in these last days while the much touted monogamy is wrecking lives and destroying families and society around us. How many marriages are breaking down as a result of the wrong model and how many children are living fatherless lives while women live husbandless and unfulfilled lives. This book will show you why the Greek and Roman monogamy model with a husband and a wife and a bit on the side does not work. While God’s model of plural marriage is an everlasting model that not only works but saves many children from losing their fathers and women from losing good husbands.< Less
The "People Power" Love/ Lust Superbook: Book 63. More Than One Lover: Open Marriage, Polylove, Sex Dating By Tony Kelbrat
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I like chocolate but I don't want to eat it everyday. I want other things like ice cream, chips, cherries and cakes. There are many terms for poly relationships. Some are group marriage,... More > mate-sharing, multipartner relationships, open marriage, plural marriage, multilateral marriage, polyamory, polyandry, polyfidelity, polygamy, polygyny and polyintimacy, alternative, communal partnership, community, cooperative, non-monogamous, non-monogamy. Polygyny is one man with several wives. Polyandry is one woman with several husbands. Polyfidelity is three or more people in a relationship where they all have sex and live with each other. Polygamy is a marriage with three or more people. Solo polygamy is a guy or gal who doesn't have a main squeeze but has sex with whoever they fancy that's consenting. Mono-poly means one of two people in a conventional marriage is monogamous, the other one sleeps around. Gay or bisexual guys do this.< Less
The Kingdom of God—or Nothing! By R. A. Christmas
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That we are free to choose our actions—but not their consequences—holds true for institutions as well as individuals. The decision in 1890 by the Mormon Church to discontinue polygamy... More > has resulted in a membership of thirteen million, financial clout, and social acceptance. But it has come with costs as well as benefits. The Church’s “restoration of all things” has become the practice of some things. This isn’t anyone’s fault; it’s the result of overwhelming political and cultural opposition. In the past—in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois—Mormons simply “pulled up stakes” and abandoned all, in order to fully practice their faith. In Brigham Young and John Taylor’s words, it was “the kingdom of God or nothing.” These poems are about what being a modern Mormon has cost one person. Hopefully, they may help readers to imagine—(if only for a moment)--how things might otherwise have turned out.< Less
The Kingdom of God—or Nothing! By R. A. Christmas
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That we are free to choose our actions—but not their consequences—holds true for institutions as well as individuals. The decision in 1890 by the Mormon Church to discontinue polygamy... More > has resulted in a membership of thirteen million, financial clout, and social acceptance. But it has come with costs as well as benefits. The Church’s “restoration of all things” has become the practice of some things. This isn’t anyone’s fault; it’s the result of overwhelming political and cultural opposition. In the past—in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois—Mormons simply “pulled up stakes” and abandoned all, in order to fully practice their faith. In Brigham Young and John Taylor’s words, it was “the kingdom of God or nothing.” These poems are about what being a modern Mormon has cost one person. Hopefully, they may help readers to imagine—(if only for a moment)--how things might otherwise have turned out.< Less
And I Thought Polygyny Was Wrong By Genesis McKenzie
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This is an article points out why polygamy is a God ordained marriage option for today from a biblical perspective. It also sums up the journey that the author personally took from being a... More > monogamist to a biblical polygamist after trying to prove it wrong for two years.< Less
And I Thought Polygyny Was Wrong By Genesis McKenzie
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This is an article points out why polygamy is a God ordained marriage option for today from a biblical perspective. It also sums up the journey that the author personally took from being a... More > monogamist to a biblical polygamist after trying to prove it wrong for two years.< Less
The Silent Tears of Polygamy By Robin Johnson
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"The Silent Tears of Polygamy" is a disturbing and heart-wrenching tale about the deterioration of a couple's relationship after the husband decides to marry a second wife. Ana felt... More > betrayed, bereft and utterly destroyed by this new arrangement, and it would take years before she was able to cope with the polygamous relationship that her husband forced her into. Ana soon learns why polygamy is called, “The Mother of All Pain.” She suffers in silent sorrow, a pain shared by countless women around the world. It’s a suffering Ana endures…for a time. She didn’t see it coming, and it almost consumed her. Johnson eloquently conveys the absolute devastation Ana experiences at what feels like the ultimate betrayal at the hands of the person she loves most. Find out how she takes back control of her life, one prayer, one voice, one grueling day at a time and all without sacrificing who she is.< Less
My Paperback Book By Robin Johnson
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"The Silent Tears of Polygamy" is a disturbing and heart-wrenching tale about the deterioration of a couple's relationship after the husband decides to marry a second wife. Ana felt... More > betrayed, bereft and utterly destroyed by this new arrangement, and it would take years before she was able to cope with the polygamous relationship that her husband forced her into. Ana soon learns why polygamy is called, “The Mother of All Pain.” She suffers in silent sorrow, a pain shared by countless women around the world. It’s a suffering Ana endures…for a time. She didn’t see it coming, and it almost consumed her. Johnson eloquently conveys the absolute devastation Ana experiences at what feels like the ultimate betrayal at the hands of the person she loves most. Find out how she takes back control of her life, one prayer, one voice, one grueling day at a time and all without sacrificing who she is.< Less
Daughters of Sarah By Nate Taylor
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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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