Marriage And Culture
Culture should be the drive for the nations to do normal things according to what its say. Because cultures shape the way we think of marriage, family, and how we treat other people. But it shouldn’t prevent us from doing the right things if we feel it is. However we shouldn’t be afraid to change some of these cultural issues if we need to because culture is a man made rules and relegations so it should be eligible to adjust to changes. As of Gideon Staruss (dept. of philosophy, university of the orange free state).”There is clearly a need for the courageous and innovative use of cultural elements that do not stand in contradiction to the biblical truth, while avoiding the temptation of compromising authentic Christian faith and life.” It is important to remember that culture is build according to or elderly people experiences so it is important to stay and drive us. Marriage is a big part of any culture so it’s going to be effected largely by culture.
Marriage is about only two people. As George Eliot/Adam bead said “what greater thing is there for two human souls, than to feel that they are joined for life – to strengthen each other all labor, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in silent unspeakable memories at the moment of the last parting?” Marriage is the sicrate, strong bond between two people that it will help them live their rest of their lives together. Marriage gets a lot of people involved especially those who are around those two people family, friends, and relatives. But these involvements of the outsider should not affect the bond between the main two people. As in Achebee story “marriage is a private affair.” the whole town were involved especially the father of the groom he refused strongly that his son to get married from outside the town. But he did marry from outside because he felt that it was the right thing to do. And that’s what marriage supposes to be. It supposes to be bigger than...
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