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In answering this question, we must consider four facets of Paul’s teaching.First: the biblical rule, or the “letter of the law.” Certainly, both Jesus and Paul allow for a “biblical divorce,” and for the possibility of remarriage, but “only in the Lord” (i.e., to another believer).They are, therefore, prohibited from engaging in any sexual immorality or from violating their own marriages in any manner whatsoever. Howard Marshall makes note of the positive nature of this phrase: “It is positive in tone and stresses faithfulness in marriage, rather than prohibiting some specific unsanctioned form of marriage.” In other words, “a one-woman man” is a sexually pure man, a faithful husband, and a devoted lover of his wife. A one-woman man is a man devoted in his heart and mind to the woman who is his wife. He maintains sexual purity in both his thought life and his conduct.Paul’s guidelines are general in tone but specific in intent. Mac Arthur summarizes Paul’s teaching quite well: Paul is not referring to a leader’s marital status, as the absence of the definite article in the original indicates. That qualification was especially important in Ephesus, where sexual evil was rampant.Fourth, there are practical concerns that divorced clergy cannot ignore.

Should, therefore, a man become a pastor or, if already ordained, remain in the ministry after a divorce?It seems that Hosea’s prophecy had come home to the American church: “And it shall be like people, like priest” (Hos. Many sincere believers are asking serious questions such as, “Should we hire a divorced man to be our pastor?Should I attend a church that employs a divorced pastor?If a pastor’s wife commits adultery, or if she quits the marriage without desire to reconcile, that pastor is “an innocent party.” The church should grant him permission to divorce and allowance to remarry.Pastors fall under the guidelines and freedoms of Matthew 19 and 1 Corinthians 7.And their acceptability to a specific segment of their congregation will be ruined by a divorce.