Christian Religious Knowledge JSS1

Week 4

Topic: HUMAN BEINGS SHARE IN GOD’S CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

MARRIAGE

Bible Reference: Genesis 2:18-24

Then the Lord God said it is not good that man should be alone; I will make him helper fit for him “Verse 1:18”

 Marriage can be defined as the lawful or legal joining of a man and a woman to become husband and wife.

 Marriage can also be explained as an agreement by which a man and woman become husband and wife. This is a union of a man and a woman as husband and wife.

 TYPES OF MARRIAGE

There are three types of Marriage

Traditional or Customary Marriage: There are various forms of traditional marriage in the country; payment of bride price by the bride groom to the relative of the bride is a common feature of all form of marriage.

Religious Marriage: Under religious marriage

These are Christian marriage and Muslim Marriage

Christian Marriage: This takes place in the church where some ceremonies are performed by a clergy man or priest. The man and the woman exchange rings and take some vows called Marriage Vows as wedded husband and wife to live together till death parts them.

Muslim Marriage: Its allows a man to marry up to four wives. Muslims keep their wives in a special section of the house reserved solely, for married women.

Civil or Ordinance Marriage:- It is the type of marriage that takes place at the marriage registry under the supervision of a court registrar. The relatives of both couple sign some papers which makes the marriage legal and the marriage complete.

 State the purpose of marriage according to the commandment of God.

 God said man shall not live alone he then brought the rib of Adam and make him to be asleep then he put the rib inside Eve rib and said this is the bone of your bone and rib your rib God commanded that what he has put together no men shall put asunder.

 FORMS OF MARRIAGES

BIBLE REFERENCE: Genesis (2:18 – 24)

There are various forms of marriages. They are;

Monogamy: It means marrying of one person a particular time. A man is expected to marry only one wife.

Polygamy: Is an act or custom where a man marries more than one wife. This is common among the Muslims and also common in traditional practices. A Muslim is expected to marry more than one wife. Polyandry and Polygyny are two kinds of polygamous marriages.

Polygyny: It involves the man marrying more women at the same time.

Polyandry: This kind of marriage is a custom where one woman is married to two or more men.

Levirate: This form of marriage practice allows a man to marry his late brother’s wife. At times, under this form of marriage, a son marries his late father’s wife. This is a type of marriage in which the brother of a deceased man is obliged to marry his brother’s widow, and the widow is obliged to marry her deceased husband’s brother.

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Christian Religious Knowledge JSS1

Week 4

Topic: HUMAN BEINGS SHARE IN GOD’S CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

MARRIAGE

Bible Reference: Genesis 2:18-24

Then the Lord God said it is not good that man should be alone; I will make him helper fit for him “Verse 1:18”

 Marriage can be defined as the lawful or legal joining of a man and a woman to become husband and wife.

 Marriage can also be explained as an agreement by which a man and woman become husband and wife. This is a union of a man and a woman as husband and wife.

 TYPES OF MARRIAGE

There are three types of Marriage

Traditional or Customary Marriage: There are various forms of traditional marriage in the country; payment of bride price by the bride groom to the relative of the bride is a common feature of all form of marriage.

Religious Marriage: Under religious marriage

These are Christian marriage and Muslim Marriage

Christian Marriage: This takes place in the church where some ceremonies are performed by a clergy man or priest. The man and the woman exchange rings and take some vows called Marriage Vows as wedded husband and wife to live together till death parts them.

Muslim Marriage: Its allows a man to marry up to four wives. Muslims keep their wives in a special section of the house reserved solely, for married women.

Civil or Ordinance Marriage:- It is the type of marriage that takes place at the marriage registry under the supervision of a court registrar. The relatives of both couple sign some papers which makes the marriage legal and the marriage complete.

 State the purpose of marriage according to the commandment of God.

 God said man shall not live alone he then brought the rib of Adam and make him to be asleep then he put the rib inside Eve rib and said this is the bone of your bone and rib your rib God commanded that what he has put together no men shall put asunder.

 FORMS OF MARRIAGES

BIBLE REFERENCE: Genesis (2:18 – 24)

There are various forms of marriages. They are;

Monogamy: It means marrying of one person a particular time. A man is expected to marry only one wife.

Polygamy: Is an act or custom where a man marries more than one wife. This is common among the Muslims and also common in traditional practices. A Muslim is expected to marry more than one wife. Polyandry and Polygyny are two kinds of polygamous marriages.

Polygyny: It involves the man marrying more women at the same time.

Polyandry: This kind of marriage is a custom where one woman is married to two or more men.

Levirate: This form of marriage practice allows a man to marry his late brother’s wife. At times, under this form of marriage, a son marries his late father’s wife. This is a type of marriage in which the brother of a deceased man is obliged to marry his brother’s widow, and the widow is obliged to marry her deceased husband’s brother.

For more class notes, visit: https://passnownow.com/classwork-support/

Christian Religious Knowledge JSS1

Week 4

Topic: HUMAN BEINGS SHARE IN GOD’S CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

MARRIAGE

Bible Reference: Genesis 2:18-24

Then the Lord God said it is not good that man should be alone; I will make him helper fit for him “Verse 1:18”

 Marriage can be defined as the lawful or legal joining of a man and a woman to become husband and wife.

 Marriage can also be explained as an agreement by which a man and woman become husband and wife. This is a union of a man and a woman as husband and wife.

 TYPES OF MARRIAGE

There are three types of Marriage

Traditional or Customary Marriage: There are various forms of traditional marriage in the country; payment of bride price by the bride groom to the relative of the bride is a common feature of all form of marriage.

Religious Marriage: Under religious marriage

These are Christian marriage and Muslim Marriage

Christian Marriage: This takes place in the church where some ceremonies are performed by a clergy man or priest. The man and the woman exchange rings and take some vows called Marriage Vows as wedded husband and wife to live together till death parts them.

Muslim Marriage: Its allows a man to marry up to four wives. Muslims keep their wives in a special section of the house reserved solely, for married women.

Civil or Ordinance Marriage:- It is the type of marriage that takes place at the marriage registry under the supervision of a court registrar. The relatives of both couple sign some papers which makes the marriage legal and the marriage complete.

 State the purpose of marriage according to the commandment of God.

 God said man shall not live alone he then brought the rib of Adam and make him to be asleep then he put the rib inside Eve rib and said this is the bone of your bone and rib your rib God commanded that what he has put together no men shall put asunder.

 FORMS OF MARRIAGES

BIBLE REFERENCE: Genesis (2:18 – 24)

There are various forms of marriages. They are;

Monogamy: It means marrying of one person a particular time. A man is expected to marry only one wife.

Polygamy: Is an act or custom where a man marries more than one wife. This is common among the Muslims and also common in traditional practices. A Muslim is expected to marry more than one wife. Polyandry and Polygyny are two kinds of polygamous marriages.

Polygyny: It involves the man marrying more women at the same time.

Polyandry: This kind of marriage is a custom where one woman is married to two or more men.

Levirate: This form of marriage practice allows a man to marry his late brother’s wife. At times, under this form of marriage, a son marries his late father’s wife. This is a type of marriage in which the brother of a deceased man is obliged to marry his brother’s widow, and the widow is obliged to marry her deceased husband’s brother.

For more class notes, visit: https://passnownow.com/classwork-support/

Christian Religious Knowledge JSS1

Week 4

Topic: HUMAN BEINGS SHARE IN GOD’S CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

MARRIAGE

Bible Reference: Genesis 2:18-24

Then the Lord God said it is not good that man should be alone; I will make him helper fit for him “Verse 1:18”

 Marriage can be defined as the lawful or legal joining of a man and a woman to become husband and wife.

 Marriage can also be explained as an agreement by which a man and woman become husband and wife. This is a union of a man and a woman as husband and wife.

 TYPES OF MARRIAGE

There are three types of Marriage

Traditional or Customary Marriage: There are various forms of traditional marriage in the country; payment of bride price by the bride groom to the relative of the bride is a common feature of all form of marriage.

Religious Marriage: Under religious marriage

These are Christian marriage and Muslim Marriage

Christian Marriage: This takes place in the church where some ceremonies are performed by a clergy man or priest. The man and the woman exchange rings and take some vows called Marriage Vows as wedded husband and wife to live together till death parts them.

Muslim Marriage: Its allows a man to marry up to four wives. Muslims keep their wives in a special section of the house reserved solely, for married women.

Civil or Ordinance Marriage:- It is the type of marriage that takes place at the marriage registry under the supervision of a court registrar. The relatives of both couple sign some papers which makes the marriage legal and the marriage complete.

 State the purpose of marriage according to the commandment of God.

 God said man shall not live alone he then brought the rib of Adam and make him to be asleep then he put the rib inside Eve rib and said this is the bone of your bone and rib your rib God commanded that what he has put together no men shall put asunder.

 FORMS OF MARRIAGES

BIBLE REFERENCE: Genesis (2:18 – 24)

There are various forms of marriages. They are;

Monogamy: It means marrying of one person a particular time. A man is expected to marry only one wife.

Polygamy: Is an act or custom where a man marries more than one wife. This is common among the Muslims and also common in traditional practices. A Muslim is expected to marry more than one wife. Polyandry and Polygyny are two kinds of polygamous marriages.

Polygyny: It involves the man marrying more women at the same time.

Polyandry: This kind of marriage is a custom where one woman is married to two or more men.

Levirate: This form of marriage practice allows a man to marry his late brother’s wife. At times, under this form of marriage, a son marries his late father’s wife. This is a type of marriage in which the brother of a deceased man is obliged to marry his brother’s widow, and the widow is obliged to marry her deceased husband’s brother.

For more class notes, visit: https://passnownow.com/classwork-support/

Christian Religious Knowledge JSS1

Week 4

Topic: HUMAN BEINGS SHARE IN GOD’S CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

MARRIAGE

Bible Reference: Genesis 2:18-24

Then the Lord God said it is not good that man should be alone; I will make him helper fit for him “Verse 1:18”

 Marriage can be defined as the lawful or legal joining of a man and a woman to become husband and wife.

 Marriage can also be explained as an agreement by which a man and woman become husband and wife. This is a union of a man and a woman as husband and wife.

 TYPES OF MARRIAGE

There are three types of Marriage

Traditional or Customary Marriage: There are various forms of traditional marriage in the country; payment of bride price by the bride groom to the relative of the bride is a common feature of all form of marriage.

Religious Marriage: Under religious marriage

These are Christian marriage and Muslim Marriage

Christian Marriage: This takes place in the church where some ceremonies are performed by a clergy man or priest. The man and the woman exchange rings and take some vows called Marriage Vows as wedded husband and wife to live together till death parts them.

Muslim Marriage: Its allows a man to marry up to four wives. Muslims keep their wives in a special section of the house reserved solely, for married women.

Civil or Ordinance Marriage:- It is the type of marriage that takes place at the marriage registry under the supervision of a court registrar. The relatives of both couple sign some papers which makes the marriage legal and the marriage complete.

 State the purpose of marriage according to the commandment of God.

 God said man shall not live alone he then brought the rib of Adam and make him to be asleep then he put the rib inside Eve rib and said this is the bone of your bone and rib your rib God commanded that what he has put together no men shall put asunder.

 FORMS OF MARRIAGES

BIBLE REFERENCE: Genesis (2:18 – 24)

There are various forms of marriages. They are;

Monogamy: It means marrying of one person a particular time. A man is expected to marry only one wife.

Polygamy: Is an act or custom where a man marries more than one wife. This is common among the Muslims and also common in traditional practices. A Muslim is expected to marry more than one wife. Polyandry and Polygyny are two kinds of polygamous marriages.

Polygyny: It involves the man marrying more women at the same time.

Polyandry: This kind of marriage is a custom where one woman is married to two or more men.

Levirate: This form of marriage practice allows a man to marry his late brother’s wife. At times, under this form of marriage, a son marries his late father’s wife. This is a type of marriage in which the brother of a deceased man is obliged to marry his brother’s widow, and the widow is obliged to marry her deceased husband’s brother.

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