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"The Bible makes it clear that marriage is a personal relationship between a man and a woman. As God wrote in the Bible, the Lord did not intend that women and men should become one flesh and be judged as one. However, the Scriptures indicate that the man and woman can become one flesh when the Lord Jesus is glorified in the marriage of the Lamb."

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