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SINGLE BLESSEDNESS

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Mary Soller

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Transcript of SINGLE BLESSEDNESS

Misconceptions

Single Blessedness As A Vocation
personal call from God
offered freely by God and must be accepted freely
discernment
Single Vs.
Single Blessedness
remain single, pure and chaste
a choice
focus on God, a vocation of being present to the Lord
Single Vs.
Single Blessedness
A
single person
is someone who is not involved in any type of serious romantic relationship

Misconceptions
SINGLE BLESSEDNESS
Your work won't love you back and your eggs will dry up.
TREDFOR M76 - Group 4
Single blessedness
Vocation

Misconceptions
Life as a single blessed is simple
Types of Single:
The Involuntary Temporary Single
The Involuntary Stable Single
The Voluntary Temporary Single
The Voluntary Stable Single
You can’t be a single blessed once you’ve already been married in the past
Voluntary Stable
Single
Single Blessedness As A Vocation
References
Danylak, Barry. Redeeming Singleness: How the Storyline of
Scripture Affirms the Single Life. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2010.

De Paulo, B. (2011). 10 Myths About Single People.
Retrieved May 16, 2015, from https://www.psycholo-gytoday.com/blog/living-single/201102/10-myths about-single-people

Stein, P. (1978). The Lifestyles and Life Chances of the Never-
Married. Marriage & Family Review, 1(4), 1-11.

Wehr, K. (2011). Virginity, Singleness and Celibacy: Late
Fourth-Century and Recent Evangelical Visions of Unmarried Christians. Theol. Sex. Theology & Sexuality, 17(1), 75-99.


lifestyle precludes the possibility of marriage
single parents (never-married & formerly married)
never married and satisfied with that choice
been married but do not want to remarry
choice or circumstance
a calling/ vocation
devote his/her life to God and His people

Single Blessedness
Can Be...
lay missionary
teacher
doctor
carpenter
office worker
scientist
dentist
train driver
ETC...
Challenges
Benefits
Group 4
Chung, Eunice
Menes, Donna
Ng, Kimberly
Ong, Mariah
Soliman, Laryza
Soller, Mary
Ticman, Nadine
healthier and longer life
no benefits
doomed kids
Either horny, slovenly, irresponsible,
scary criminals; or sexy, fastidious,
frivolous, and gay.
Legally Single
Socially Single
Someone who is not
legally married
Someone who is not in a romantic
relationship that other people
regard as serious
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