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What can be the some commonly asked christian premarital questions?

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sparkle said on
Did you have sex before the marriage? Do you think that your husband should be the first one?
loislane1234 said on
How will the husband practically provide spiritual leadership in the home?
happykid said on
What is our understanding of the roles of husband and wife as they relate to Christ and the church?
CAMPBELL said on
How will the husband practically provide spiritual leadership in the home?
Will this look like daily or weekly Bible study, family prayer times, involvement in church, etc.?
How does the husband understand his role as the Christian leader of the home?
Will the husband try to abuse this power, or is he mature enough to pursue this in a healthy way?

Here are some more questions to ask before marriage.
MITCHELL said on
What is our understanding of the roles of husband and wife as they relate to Christ and the church? What does Ephesians 5 say about the wife's role, as well as the husband's role? The Bible says that a wife should "submit" to her husband, but this model only works healthily when the husband loves for a cares for his wife as he would care for his own body. This cannot be an excuse to abuse or overpower your wife in any way - that would be an offense to God's plan for marriage. A husband is to be gentle to his wife and lead her with love and tenderness.
GONZALES said on
How much alone time does each partner need?
Jeremiah said on
Christianity-based premarital questions have more to do with you and your partner’s views and the way your Christian beliefs are carried out in day-to-day life, rather than being standardized questions. How you practice faith on the whole, your relationship to
God, your interpretation of biblical messages, your personal application of Christianity in relation to  parenting, relationships,sex, and personal actions, are all very necessary discussion points.  While these may seem vague, there are specific questions within these areas that will be addressed to you and your partner as unique individuals.  While you and your fiancé do not have to agree on every aspect of faith (and more than likely you won’t), there are some areas that may be difficult to negotiate if your viewpoints are very divergent.  Politics, morality, and parenting styles are popular areas to look at first, you’ll want to explore these topics well in relation to faith.  Traditional and non-traditional viewpoints on parenting may yield very different styles of child rearing, attitudes toward sex, and your approaches to solving problems, for example.
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