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Topic
#5081

To love honor and obey are acceptable vows/no partnership but being indeed head of the wife.

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After not so many votes...

It's a tie!
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5
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Disclaimer : Regardless of the setup for voting win or lose, The aim of this interaction, Is for those that view it, Learn and or take away anything that will amount to any constructive value ultimately. So that counts as anything that'll cause one to reconsider an idea, Understand a subject better, Help build a greater wealth of knowledge getting closer to truth. When either of us has accomplished that with any individual here, That's who the victor of the debate becomes.

Questions on topic, drop a comment.

Round 1
Pro
#1
To love, honor and obey are acceptable marriage vows from the bride.

Acceptable by whom? 

The groom whom accepts of course and bride that verbalizes the vow.

What can possibly be wrong there?

It is after all democratic and preferential isn't it?

Every marriage is unique unto itself to each its own .

Some people opt for wedding ceremonies. Some just go straight to the courts or local magistrate.

Some elope, some marry without rings or written vows.

Some scrap the honeymoon part and reception.

Some believe in common law.

So it goes on and on and on.

Totally acceptable.
Con
#2
What can possibly be wrong there?
The obey part.

Why would someone accept other person as a dictator of her life?

Also, people change minds often. Wont work.


Round 2
Pro
#3
"Why would someone accept other person as a dictator of her life?"

We can ask this same question to citizens of a country. We can ask this to employees of a company. We can ask members of a religious congregation. We can ask followers of Christ Jesus.

It's called leadership. So people accept or are looking for another to be in charge all the time .

"Also, people change minds often. Wont work."

Well don't get married. They're called marital vows for a reason. They're expected to be kept. No changing there .



Con
#4
We can ask this same question to citizens of a country. We can ask this to employees of a company. We can ask members of a religious congregation. We can ask followers of Christ Jesus
So no answer?

Oh okay.
Round 3
Pro
#5
"So no answer?

Oh okay."


I'm sorry you missed it.

I'll quote it below.

"It's called leadership. So people accept or are looking for another to be in charge all the time ."

Can you dig it?



Con
#6
So you are saying that someone should be a dictator so that he could be a leader?

Thats circular reasoning ♻️
Round 4
Pro
#7
"So you are saying that someone should be a dictator so that he could be a leader?"

Nope.

First off, dictation and leadership are one in the same when the person is following or being lead by dictation .

But if a person, a wife accepts that, wants that, who are we to argue?

She made the vow. He may now kiss the bride.
Con
#8
Its a bad vow that wont last long and doesnt work in most cases.
Round 5
Pro
#9
"Its a bad vow that wont last long and doesnt work in most cases."

Well we leave that between the man and woman to work out. It's their marriage whether you want to concede to that here or off of here.

That about wraps it up  .
Con
#10
I am just saying that I wouldnt accept such vows.