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Old 06-12-2019, 09:36 PM
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Originally Posted by UDS View Post
On that quote, adultery is a consequence of [improper] divorce, not the grounds for it. The only ground for divorce is "sexual immorality", which is not the same thing as adultery. There's a view that what this means is that divorce is permitted where a sexual relationship between the spouses is intrinsically immoral - e.g. they are closely related, one of them is already married to someone else, or there is some other fundamental objection to the whole idea of their getting married in the first place.
Fair enough, but having read that many times for this topic, it doesn't seem like, from that quote alone, that the man suffers anything from divorce. Only if he doesn't do it for "sexual immorality" that he makes the woman commit adultery. As long as a man doesn't marry a divorced woman, he's in the clear.