Kevin Samuels Is At It Again: Says, "God Did Not Create Marriage and that Marriage is a Natural Choice Not a Spiritual Choice"

July 05, 2021

Back at it again with another take from the controversial social media sensation Kevin Samuels. Yet again he finds himself in a debate concerning God. He claims that, "God did not create marriage, marriage is a natural choice and not a spiritual choice."


In one of his recent debates with a listener the origin of marriage and its creation was brought into the the conversation. According to Samuels, "Marriage is a natural choice because if marriage was a spiritual choice God would be responsible for all the divorces and he is not."


He goes on to pose a question, "Were Adam and Eve married?" In which the woman he was debating with responded yes. "Who performed the ceremony? He presented Eve to Adam they didn't get married who did their ceremony Simba?" he further questioned.


Well, let's look to the Old Testament for answers. Because man and woman were created for one another, “a man leaves his father and mother and clings to his wife, and the two of them become one flesh” (Genesis 2: 24). Scripture teaches that the human institution of marriage is a far cry from what God initially established as the creator. Marriage is a culmination, a joining, so yes the physical and systematic portions of marriage a man made, but who was man made by?


It is we as humans who, not only allow sin into our unions, but also belittle and transform the very meaning of marriage. So yes, God is also responsible for divorces, as to end partnerships that yield no fruitfulness. If he can create mankind and all things of this earth what makes Samuels or anyone else for that matter disbelieve that he can also create and install sacramental practices.


It seems as if Kevin is completely discounting the true covenant that marriage forms between man, wife, and God. Society has transformed it into transactional fanfare in which the love shared between three parties is nonexistent. 


However we would love to hear your thoughts on this matter. Do you think God created marriage or is it a manmade arrangement? Comment down below!


Written by Precious Onukwuli


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2 Responses

Darnisha A. Wiley
Darnisha A. Wiley

December 16, 2021

God DEFINITELY CREATED marriages!! The notion that God didn’t create marriage and it’s just a natural thing, in addition to God not creating divorces is in my view (from a biblical perspective) completely erroneous. Even down to the phenomena of nature itself, God created it as stated in Romans 1:20-21. I mean if you really looking for answers, the Bible has it all concerning the establishment, dissolution, and the constitution of marriage, starting with Adam and Eve. No in the beginning, there were no rings or fancy dresses and suits or bridesmaids or groomsmen. In the beginning was God, and after he created Adam and Eve, it was God and Adam and Eve. And the Bible clearly states that Eve was made to be Adam’s helper because God ordained it so. So I don’t understand this foolishness when it comes to understanding the basic concept of marriage and it’s origins. But of course, if you are not Christ centered, of course you’re going to have all these outlandish opinions that have nothing to do with God. It’s not even up for debate. There’s much more I want to say but I’m going to leave it at this. Thank you and God bless you all🙏🏾

Kerry Kzaggin
Kerry Kzaggin

August 24, 2021

God did not create marriage, I’ve saying this as well for a long time, all these labels; girlfriend/boyfriend, finance’/fiancée. husband/wife are social constructs. The modern humans have been around for roughly 200,000 while marriage as we know it has been around for approx. 5,000. What does that tell you? Look at the history of marriage, " The main goal of marriage, earlier on, was to act as an alliance between families. Throughout history, and even today, families arranged marriages for couples. Most couples didn’t marry because they were in love, but for economic liaisons. " Does that sound Godly to you?

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