At what age do you think a person is able to make that commitment? At what age can marriage be considered?
I do not believe in baptism, nor do I see marriage as a "death do us part" kind of thing... BUT, I see many people who tend to believe in both tend to have what I see as a kind of contradictory belief about ages...
Meaning I have seen many say that children 5, 6, 7 or 8 are old enough to make a life long commitment to God through Baptism, and then those same people seem to want those same children to be 25 to get married because they aren't mature enough to make that choice... Which seems odd to me. I would think it would be the other way around. It's better to break a bond with a person than with God, so I would think a marriage age would be at a younger age...
Just my thoughts... what are yours?
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