Letter cxxiii. To Ageruchia.
... who have been married once and have become widows are to ...  Only monogamists
are allowed to share ... was willing to burn herself rather than marry king Iarbas ...
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Letter Lxxvii. To Oceanus.
... condemning seduction and adultery; lust is allowed to range ... same apostle wills that
the younger widows should marry ... she had done so she was free to marry again. ...
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... in times of Persecution one is allowed to mollify ... of a bishop, therefore other
Christians can marry again. ... of the Apostle that the young widows should marry ...
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Picture of a Pauline Church
... and raising anxious questions as to whether widows might marry again, whether a ... and
looked with censure on their brethren who allowed themselves this ...
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The Bishop's Burthen
... off his wife under pretext of adultery, might he marry again? ... and also the proud
virgins and widows who despised ... He himself would not have allowed for a moment ...
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The Polity Settled by Moses; and How He Disappeared from among ...
... Nor is any thing to be allowed, by imitation whereof any ... want;  to women also
that are widows, and to ... he is dead, her first husband would marry her again ...
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Of Indulgence and Pure Volition. The Question Illustrated.
... the will of God," seeing that they are allowed by Him ... regarded as "good." "Better
it is to marry than to ... properly refers to "the unmarried and widows," for whom ...
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Yorkshire and the Settlement System.
... For married women the colour was blue; for widows, white; for young women, pink;
and for ... If a young man desired to marry, he was not even allowed to speak ...
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The First Native Converts and Christian Schools
... no fewer than 21,000,000 were returned by the census as widows, of whom ... they counted
a sufficient ground for divorce, and they allowed him to marry again. ...
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Life at Herrnhut.
... They undertook the care of widows and orphans ... If a man fell in love and desired to
marry, he must ... allowed to strike his wife, and no wife was allowed to henpeck ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookRomans 7:3
So then if, while her husband lives, she be married to another man, she shall be called an adulteress: but if her husband be dead, she is free from that law; so that she is no adulteress, though she be married to another man.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Widows were Clothed in Mourning After the Decease of Husbands
Widows were Frequently Oppressed and Persecuted
Widows were Released from all Obligation to Former Husbands
Widows were Under the Special Protection of God
Widows: A Desolate Condition
Widows: A Type of Zion in Affliction
Widows: Allowed to Marry Again
Widows: Blessings on Those Who Relieve
Widows: Character of True
Widows: Curse for Perverting Judgment of
Widows: Exhorted to Trust in God
Widows: God: Establishes the Border of
Widows: God: Judges For
Widows: God: Relieves
Widows: God: Surely Hears the Cry of
Widows: God: Will Witness Against Oppressors of
Widows: Great Liberality In
Widows: Increase of, Threatened As a Punishment
Widows: Intermarrying With, of Kings Considered Treason
Widows: Laws Respecting: Bound to Perform Their Vows
Widows: Laws Respecting: Not to be Oppressed
Widows: Laws Respecting: Not to Intermarry With Priests
Widows: Laws Respecting: Raiment of, not to be Taken in Pledge by Creditors
Widows: Laws Respecting: To be Allowed to Glean in Fields and Vineyards
Widows: Laws Respecting: To Have a Share of the Triennial Tithe
Widows: Laws Respecting: To Share in Public Rejoicings
Widows: Laws Respecting: when Daughters of Priests and Childless to Partake of The
Widows: Laws Respecting: when Left Childless, to be Married by Their Husband's
Widows: Not to be Deplored By, Considered a Great Calamity
Widows: Often Devoted Themselves Entirely to God's Service
Widows: Reproach Connected With
Widows: Saints: Cause Joy To
Widows: Saints: Disappoint Not
Widows: Saints: Relieve
Widows: should be Allowed to Share in Our Blessings
Widows: should be Honored, If Widows Indeed
Widows: should be Pleaded For
Widows: should be Relieved by the Church
Widows: should be Relieved by Their Friends
Widows: should be Visited in Affliction
Widows: should not Be: Afflicted
Widows: should not Be: Deprived of Raiment in Pledge
Widows: should not Be: Oppressed
Widows: should not Be: Treated With Violence
Widows: Specially Taken Care of by the Church
Widows: The Wicked: do No Good To
Widows: The Wicked: Make a Prey of
Widows: The Wicked: Reject the Cause of
Widows: The Wicked: Send, Away Empty
Widows: The Wicked: Slay
Widows: The Wicked: Take Pledges From
Widows: The Wicked: Vex
Widows: Though Poor, May be Liberal
Widows: when Young, Exposed to May Temptations
Widows: Woe to Those Who Oppress
Widows: Zion in Captivity
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