Picking up on yesterday's blog entry:
There are as many ways of being a "family" as there are families and, more rightly "households" (there is no word for family in koine or ancient Greek, which is the New Testament) in the Bible.
Mary: unwed at the time of conception, not married to her betrothed, Joseph;
Abraham: more than one woman in his life: there was Sarah, but there was also Hagar, who brought Ishmael into the world.
In the next few days, we'll be exploring how the families or households in the Bible do not even closely equate to the American 1950s model of the "nuclear family," which is neither traditional or old, but just the latest way of being a family for some people in this world.
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