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- adv. In an unscriptural manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unscriptural manner; in a manner not founded on or warranted by the Scriptures.
I do not speak of hymns which were perhaps needlessly and unscripturally trying to modern taste:
After having waited about five or six weeks, in the meantime seeking in one way or other to labour for the Lord, it struck me that I was wrong and acting unscripturally, in waiting for the appointment to missionary work from my fellow-men; but that, considering myself called by the Lord to preach the gospel, I ought to begin at once to labour among the Jews in
Countering this it is held that, fully consistent with all other teaching on marriage in the Bible, it is only opposite genders who can be joined in marriage, and not to anyone or anything contrary to what God has joined, nor to unscripturally separate what He has joined.
The homosexual polemic next supposes that the avocation of marriage due to intense longing in 1Cor. 7: 9 must sanction same gender marriage, but fully consistent with all other teaching on marriage, it is only the male and female who can be joined in marriage here, and not to anyone or anything contrary to what God has joined, nor to unscripturally separate what He has.
For the obvious reason, that it is absurd; gross - ly, and irrationally, and unscripturally al) sin'd.