The debate "There need to be severe consequences for people who are unfaithful in marriage" was started by
July 17, 2019, 8:41 pm.
14 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 30 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
TRUELOVE posted 5 arguments, A posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
JDAWG9693 posted 3 arguments, mwest0097 posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
TRUELOVE, jennalyse, MADHURA, A, bigbuttgal, Delta_Force01 and 8 visitors agree.
JDAWG9693, Light, Starlight, mwest0097, sk25, Steelheart, jbusey, codyray16, tyler0300 and 21 visitors disagree.
The non-cheater (not necessarily a good person. Maybe the cheater cheated because the other is abusive. Morality isn't black and white) doesn't just end up alone, they also move on. Everyone moves on. That's how life works.
I disagree. Why should the good and faithful person end up alone, while the cheater gets to just move on. That's NOT Justice.
It does not have to be a severe punishement but a consequense, if my wife were to cheat on me even if im married to her i feel like i have the human right to be dissapointed and leave her as a direct consequense of her action
What kind of consequences, and carried out by whom? The Dynamics of a relationship are between the people in the relationship and everyone else needs to stay out of it unless the couple asks for external involvement.
Is it a moral or emotional reason? Because your moral argument was because no one likes it, so please propose your moral argument
It's not just religious reasons, it's moral reasons. Who likes being betrayed or stabbed in the back?
No I'm saying exactly what I said. Cheating in marriage need to be stopped.
What's your solution to putting a stop to this craziness. If you don't have a solution than I suggest silence.
I disagree @TRUELOVE I am a Christian myself but I think you are being extreme here. Also what you are quoting is an analogy that shows how far you should be willing to go to repent and stop sinning.
So, you admit that you have no reason other than religion? In which case, nothing you say matters because we don't live in a theocracy.
The Bible says if your ? hand is causing you to sin, cut it off. If your eyes ?? are causing you to constantly sin, tear it out. So if someone's private parts causes them to sin.....you do the math.
Like, legal consequences? Because other than divorce, any further consequences would be based solely on religious grounds which should never be the reason for a law