Dating your step brother

02-Feb-2019 16:24

I ask because I'm trying to understand whether the prohibition against sibling marriage is due to genetic or emotional reasons.Suppose Bob and Alice marry, have a daughter Eve, and some years later Alice dies.her nickname is "Cougar" and she drives a Mercury Cougar. They are far enough removed, to not cause a problem. I am 28 and my 34 year old sister married a man almost twice her age 7 years ago. no offense but it's not a situation you have any control over but you probaly have mixed feelingd because that is your sister and you love her and want to protect her but does he treat her good and never hurt her? When I was 13, my mother married a very young man and let his younger brother move in with us as well. My step uncle ended up falling in-love with me and always told me that. Well, he asked my mom If he could be with me and she said when I was 16 we could hold hands. Thats the problem with you christians, Your taught not to ask just have faith. You are so arrogant and sister is 22 and my uncle is almost 30. We live in dallas, texas and NOT in a trailer park! You are so stupid and you could have just put your opinion down, not that extra CRAP!! I am 28 and my 34 year old sister married a man almost twice her age 7 years ago. This man had a daughter from a previous marriage that I really like a lot and she feels the same way about me. If your sister married a man, and that man has a sister with two daughters and you like one of them and you are all 15 then it is okay, for example imagine a man marrying a woman whose brother marrys the mans sister, that is okay because they arent related.

3) What part of Arkansas is your mother from and let me guess ... The same goes for people marrying 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc., cousins.All of this, of course, is far more legal and lawerly than Christianity normally gets, but you asks the question, you gets the answer... Unfortunately, The Bible isn't clear on the reason for not marrying your sister, and the idea of non-blood relations isn't addressed.There's actually a chart on Wikipedia matching verses to types if potential incest, and for step siblings, there's nothing. There are plenty of specifics the Bible does not address specifically.People like these other mofos, who want to say mean things, should go and educate themselves before making comments.I bet they are the ones who live in a trailer park.

3) What part of Arkansas is your mother from and let me guess ... The same goes for people marrying 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc., cousins.

All of this, of course, is far more legal and lawerly than Christianity normally gets, but you asks the question, you gets the answer... Unfortunately, The Bible isn't clear on the reason for not marrying your sister, and the idea of non-blood relations isn't addressed.

There's actually a chart on Wikipedia matching verses to types if potential incest, and for step siblings, there's nothing. There are plenty of specifics the Bible does not address specifically.

People like these other mofos, who want to say mean things, should go and educate themselves before making comments.

I bet they are the ones who live in a trailer park.

From a marriage perspective, incest is the marriage between close or legal relatives. Some states have additional prohibitions concerning marrying your adoptive brother, your adoptive sister, your step-mother, your step-father, your former step-mother, your former step-father, your mother-in-law, your father-in-law, your former mother-in-law, your former father-in-law, your adoptive mother, your adoptive father, your former adoptive mother, your former adoptive father, your step-child, your former step-child, your adoptive child, your former adoptive child, your daughter-in-law, your son-in-law, your former daughter-in-law, your former son-in-law, or your cousins.