Wife: ภรรเมีย ตามนิยามศาสนา

I just have searched the definition of the couple. Then separated into wife and husband, looks for the religious meaning.
Wife: [the bible]
 The ordinance of marriage was sanctioned in Paradise (Gen. 2:24; Matt. 19:4-6).
Monogamy was the original law under which man lived, but polygamy early
commenced (Gen. 4:19), and continued to prevail all down through Jewish
history. The law of Moses regulated but did not prohibit polygamy. A man might
have a plurality of wives, but a wife could have only one husband. A wife’s
legal rights (Ex. 21:10) and her duties (Prov. 31:10-31; 1 Tim. 5:14) are
specified. She could be divorced in special cases (Deut. 22:13-21), but could
not divorce her husband. Divorce was restricted by our Lord to the single case
of adultery (Matt. 19:3-9). The duties of husbands and wives in their relations
to each other are distinctly set forth in the New Testament (1 Cor. 7:2-5; Eph.
5:22-33; Col. 3:18, 19; 1 Pet. 3:1-7).

ภรรยา หรือภริยา หมายถึง
– เมีย หรือ หญิงผู้เป็นคู่ครองของชาย
– ผู้เลี้ยง หรือผู้ดูแลสมาชิกของครอบครัว


i.e., the "house-band," connecting and keeping together the whole family. A man
when betrothed was esteemed from that time a husband (Matt. 1:16, 20; Luke
2:5). A recently married man was exempt from going to war for "one year" (Deut.
20:7; 24:5).


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4 Responses to Wife: ภรรเมีย ตามนิยามศาสนา

  1. Vilairat says:

    ไม่เสือกสักเรื่องนี่มึงอยู่ไม่ได้เหรอ ;-P

  2. Naphatr says:

    vir\’ = ชายไทย ผู้ไร้(ว่าที่)ภรรยาออ. แก้ข่าวไม่ได้ อึดอัดจริง <- – อันนี้อ้วน 555ต้องทำไม่รู้ไม่ชี้ ให้มันด่าไปอีกนานเท่าไหร่เฮ้อ….

  3. Vilairat says:


  4. NuvO says:

    ไม่เห็นสน 55555555555555555ออ. เรื่องก็มีให้เขียน อัพด้วยดิคะ ถ่อ…

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