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Written by don byrd 2014 saw great change in the status of same-sex marriage across much of the country while our country has to some degree merged the idea of civil and religious marriages, those changes have prompted questions about the church’s role in civil marriage. The church should make a big deal about sacramental marriage, and could even create its own legal marriage contract to go with it, and to do what the state does not, in regards to keeping families together. The role of preaching in english puritanism puritan sermons the government of the churches of christ in the works of thomas goodwin 12.