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Conjugial Love

Conjugial Love is a fundamental New Christian concept. It describes the ideal state that God hopes to bring to us, in which a man and woman join together in marriage, with a union of hearts and minds, as well as bodies.

The Most Important Teachings About Conjugial Love or Ideal Marriage

In New Christian thought, conjugial love (a term for ideal marriage) is a keystone teaching.

What the Bible says about... Marriage and Spirituality

The Bible doesn't go into a whole lot of depth on the topic of marriage, but if you dig around, you can find some interesting references. Rev. John Odhner has done exactly that in this article.

The Marriage of Good and Truth

We need to marry a desire for good to a true understanding of how to be good. The search for this union is the basis of spiritual rebirth.

Male and Female - Why?

In New Christian theology, there's a very core concept that the Divine Love and Divine Wisdom cooperate, and are "married;" working together to form all of creation. Neither one can operate without the other. "Female and male" together correspond to this celestial marriage.

Blessings in Marriage

While little boys may turn their noses up at the thought of being with little girls, marriage is a relationship desired by most others.

Conjugial Love (or Marriage Love)

"Conjugial Love" is a common New Christian term, but what does it mean and where does it come from?

Did Jesus Say There's No Marriage in Heaven?

Didn’t Jesus say that marriages don’t exist in heaven? Here's a short video explaining the New Christian perspective on the topic.

The Big Ideas

Here we are in the 21st century. We know that the universe is an enormous place. We're bursting with scientific knowledge. But how are we doing with the even-bigger ideas?

Heaven and Hell

Is Heaven a tropical garden with fruit for the picking, or is it a place of fluffy white clouds and harp music? Is Hell the opposite?

Chastity - What it Really Is

The modern understanding of chastity isn't really correct.


In the Bible, there are quite a few stories about angels. Angels visit Abraham and Lot. An angel blocks Balaam's path. The angel Gabriel visits Mary and Joseph. There are other stories, too. So, what about angels? What does the New Christian Church teach about them?

The Doctrine of Prayer

Understanding prayer isn't all that easy. The insights in this article can help!