By Donald W. Shaner
The aim of this research is to give a Christian view of divorce
in mild of the lessons of the recent testomony. It doesn't claim
to be the Christian view, on account that during the historical past of Christianity
numerous attitudes referring to divorce were expressed.
The New testomony teachings themselves appear to point out the
early changes that arose within the primitive church. Moreover,
to the current day there were a variety of interpretations regarding
the content material and that means of the biblical texts. church buildings and
individual students have taken positions that variety from the strict
prohibition of divorce to the allowance of divorce and remarriage
for a large choice of purposes
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Change, turn around. A ten drai. Times have changed. syn: kenki. 5) idiom. be successful. San, dri wagi yu abi? Yu e drai man! What's that? You have three cars? Man, you're really well off. Usage: Young men's speech. drai ... baka turn one's back on. See main entry: baka1 ⇒ drai ... baka. drai lontu go around in circles, wander around. See main entry: lontu ⇒ drai lontu. drai poku play records. See main entry: poku ⇒ drai poku. draibere v. dead (of fish floating belly up in the water). Luku, ala den fisi ini a gotro draibere.
Dati2 1) compl. that. Den boi taki dati den o kon tamara baka. The boys said that they would come back tomorrow. Variant: taki2. 2) conj. that. A bus ben furu dati no wan mira ben man psa go na insei. The bus was so full that an ant couldn't get in. syn: sodati; taki2. datra n. doctor, physician. datra-oso n. clinic, doctor's office. datrasiki n. sicknesses that can be cured through medical treatment. See: nengresiki. d'don See main entry: didon. v. lie down. de1 1) v. to be, to exist, to be present.
Jump into something for someone, intervene. A papa dyompo gi en boi fu skowtu no tyari en gwe. The father intervened for his son so that the police wouldn't take him away. dyompo tapu wan futu v. hop. dyompo2 ad. meat or fish that has begun to spoil. Den fisi disi na owru fisi bika den smeri dyompo. These fish are old. They smell spoiled. See: pori1. dyompodyompo 1) adj. restless, wild or hyperactive. Ala pikin kan tan na mi boiti a wan fu John. A dati dyompodyompo tumsi. Every child can stay with me except John's.