Are you committing
 The Sins of the Cults
?

How to know if you're actually committing the sins of the cults in order to justify your forced monogamy dogma.

  1. You put the authority of man and traditions over the authority of God's word.
     

  2. You quote a verse but ignore the verses that precede and follow that verse in order to change the intended meaning. For example Malachi 2:14 has been quoted against polygamy while in fact Malachi 2:16 clearly explains that this refers to divorce! See the actual verses below.
     

Malachi 2:14 Yet ye say, Wherefore? Because the LORD hath been witness between thee and the wife of thy youth, against whom thou hast dealt treacherously: yet is she thy companion, and the wife of thy covenant.

2:15 And did not he make one? Yet had he the residue of the spirit. And wherefore one? That he might seek a godly seed. Therefore take heed to your spirit, and let none deal treacherously against the wife of his youth.

2:16 For the LORD, the God of Israel, saith that he hateth putting away: for one covereth violence with his garment, saith the LORD of hosts: therefore take heed to your spirit, that ye deal not treacherously

Notice that this is speaking of dealing treacherously with the wife of your youth by divorcing her, not by taking another. You must keep your first wife and not use a second wife as an excuse for divorcing your first wife.

Another verse used in the above fashion out of context is Deuteronomy 17:17 however if we read Deuteronomy 17:16 first we realize that this isn't limiting kings to only one wife unless it also limits them to one horse! Read both verses. To quote the second verse without the former is to participate in the sins of the cults for you would be twisting scripture from its intended meaning!

16 But he shall not multiply horses to himself, nor cause the people to return to Egypt, to the end that he should multiply horses: forasmuch as the LORD hath said unto you, Ye shall henceforth return no more that way.

17 Neither shall he multiply wives to himself, that his heart turn not away: neither shall he greatly multiply to himself silver and gold.

This is speaking of multiplying such that you keep a running count of them so that they are something of which you can boast. This is so elementary. The arguments of the pro-forced monogamy advocates are so weak as to make me wonder how much they know about other subjects.

 

Prince of Sumba

Prince of Sumba, Husband to Many Wives

   This Book presents Christian Polygamy Theology in the form of a novel. It contains nearly all of Pastor Don Milton's teachings on polygamy and many arguments favoring polygamy that you will not read elsewhere. The story will introduce you to some interesting characters who defend polygamy. Meet Prince John, the Christian polygamist, who grew up in a land where no one would ever have guessed that the rest of the Christian world was against polygamy. Meet the Christian missionary, Ishmael David (Ish), sent to witness to polygamists. Laugh and cry, as you see the lengths to which the single Christian ladies go to convince Ish to take them for wives. Meet Mary, Ish's loyal wife, who struggles with her new discoveries about polygamy. Her reactions are both humorous and endearing. Listen as each character presents Christian theology and history as never before. A Christian Evangelical End Times Novel. This novel contains over 385 biblical and historical footnotes. Note: This book is NOT about Mormon or FLDS polygamy.

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A Dialog on Polygamy - Bernardino Ochino and Don Milton

A Dialog on Polygamy
First Reprint of this Rare Book in 273 Years!

   In, A Dialog on Polygamy, the Famous Italian Reformer; Bernardino Ochino, presents both sides of the polygamy argument, and it's HILARIOUS! Ochino plays the part of a sixteenth century priest, which he was, while Telypolygamus plays the part of the advocate for polygamy. On December 2, 1563, Ochino was exiled from Germany for publishing this work. Some say the German Reformation ended that day. He and his children were sent out into the harsh elements where three of them died of the plague. Ochino died a year later.
    In addition to the original translation, I've included my own modern font version which includes many editorial changes. You'll notice that I've introduced the nicknames Ochy and Tely for the characters. I find this preferable to identifying them with letters as the original did. If you're a purist, please, read the old font version. To find the old font version, open the book just beyond the middle. The pages are numbered the same in both versions to make cross referencing easier.
    Had Bernardino Ochino not been exiled for writing on polygamy, he might have had more to say on the subject. Certainly there is more to say and I have done so in many of my own books. If you enjoy dialogs such as Ochino's, I've written a novel titled Prince of Sumba, Husband to Many Wives. Its characters argue for and against polygamy, I must admit; mostly for it.

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Thelyphthora or a Treatise on Female Ruin by Martin Madan and edited by Don Milton

Thelyphthora Volume 1
First Reprint of this Rare Book in 228 Years!

   This is the first republication of Volume 1 of a rare three volume set of books favoring polygamy. In 1781, when this book was first published, the Reverend Martin Madan was the most famous clergyman in all the world. His Chapel at the Lock Hospital was renowned for its Sunday night concerts and his hymnal was full of majestic songs of worship. He was the most prolific living composer of sacred music and had long been the standard bearer for the Evangelicals. Madan's pen had always been free of mercenary interests since he'd been blessed with a great inheritance and yet this rich man had spent the last thirty-five years of his life ministering to the least beloved of society, the disease ridden prostitutes of the Lock Hospital. The front cover features a portrait of Lock Hospital as it appeared in the 18th century. It was built with funds raised by Martin Madan. Madan was godfather to the famed hymn writer, Charles Wesley and was himself the most prolific hymn composer of his day. This is Volume 1 - In Print Again for the First Time in over 228 years.

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Thelyphthora Volume 2 by Martin Madan and edited by Don Milton

THELYPHTHORA Volume 2
First Reprint of this Rare Book in 228 Years!

   This is the first republication of Volume II of this rare three volume set of books favoring Christian polygamy. In 1781, when this volume was first published, the Reverend Martin Madan was the most famous clergyman in all the world. His Chapel at the Lock Hospital was renowned for its Sunday night concerts and his hymnal was full of majestic songs of worship. He was the most prolific living composer of sacred music and had long been the standard bearer for the Evangelicals. Madan's pen had always been free of mercenary interests, since he'd been blessed with a great inheritance, and yet this rich man had spent the last thirty-five years of his life ministering to the least beloved of society, the disease ridden prostitutes of the Lock Hospital. The front cover features a portrait of Lock Hospital as it appeared in the 18th century. It was built with funds raised by Martin Madan. Madan was godfather to the son of the famed hymn writer, Charles Wesley and was himself the most prolific hymn composer of his day. This Volume is in Print Again for the First Time in over 228 years.

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Thelyphthora Volume 3 by Martin Madan and edited by Don Milton

THELYPHTHORA Volume 3
First Reprint of this Rare Book in 228 Years!

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   This is the first republication of Volume III of this rare three volume set of books favoring polygamy. In 1781, when this volume was first published, the Reverend Martin Madan was the most famous clergyman in all the world. His Chapel at the Lock Hospital was renowned for its Sunday night concerts and his hymnal was full of majestic songs of worship. He was the most prolific living composer of sacred music and had long been the standard bearer for the Evangelicals. Madan's pen had always been free of mercenary interests, since he'd been blessed with a great inheritance, and yet this rich man had spent the last thirty-five years of his life ministering to the least beloved of society, the disease ridden prostitutes of the Lock Hospital. The front cover features a portrait of Lock Hospital as it appeared in the 18th century. It was built with funds raised by Martin Madan. Madan was godfather to the son of the famed hymn writer, Charles Wesley and was himself the most prolific hymn composer of his day. This Volume is in Print Again for the First Time in over 228 years.

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Polygamy and Monogamy by Don Milton

Polygamy and Monogamy
A Reproduction by Don Milton
Unabridged & Without Comment

This is a high quality reproduction of the original 1869 work which has gone by the following three titles:

  • The History and Philosophy of Marriage

  • Polygamy and Monogamy Compared

  • Polygamy and Monogamy

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