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I completely agree
Dexi you made a great point there. The question did say the word "allowed". in my own opinion, i will not be told what I can and can not do. The more I am told what to do the less i do it and vice-versa.
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*do not have the right, that is -- grrr, must proofread before the editing period is over :P
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I used the word "allow" because no man can be the “head” of a lasting relationship unless the wife allows him to lead. In true Christian marriages, the Christ is the head of every man, and the man is the head of a woman," (1 Cor. 11:3).
But the "neck" turns the head. The scripture you use is from Paul and Jesus never said anything like that and Paul never met Jesus and never quotes from him. Nobody is above anyone else. That is why divorce is our prob today.
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If they do there isn't much anyone can do about it. Good answer!