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Title: CHRISTIAN BIBLE PSYCHOLOGY - EQUALLY YOKED - LIBERAL ARTS & HUMANITIES


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Equally Yoked
Christian
  • Help Meets

psychology
- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -
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Equally Yoked
  • The word 'Equally Yoked' (equallyoked) is from
  • Equally actually means, alike, in a
    balanced manner, the same or to the same
    degree of, etc.,
  • Yoked - (L. 'to join) meaning fastened
    around the neck to join together, something of
    shared/mutual burden.
  • Word history may have evolved from synonyms
    with meanings, such as Equitably, Fairly,
    Justly.
  • Sentence They were not unequally yoked but an
    equally yoked couple from good families of good
    moral integrity.

- Etymology Equally Yoked/Equallyoked
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Equally Yoked is pronounced..
  • Eek quel ee yoakd and is when a couple -
    recognize, related to, believe in, bonds with and
    marries another purposefully related to the same
    (or nearly the same) civil Identity and thus
    are considered in a multi-cultural society,
    equallyoked.
  • Civil Identity (is a Social Psychology term)
    - describing a mosaic of features concerning an
    individuals present Ethnicity, political party
    membership, race , color, religious membership,
    disability/ or handicap, age group/generation,
    (proper) sexual orientation, familial status, and
    marital status.

- Introduction to Social Psychology
(Equallyoked)
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The term, Equally Yoked
  • The term 'Equally yoked' (also, equally yoked)
    probably came about from the Holy Bible wherein
    Jews marrying Jews, Muslims marrying Muslims,
    Christians marrying Christians, etc, etc.
  • It is a social phenomena that exists in all
    diverse multicultural societies - peoples of the
    same de facto Civil Identity' marrying one
    another for reasons of good self-esteem,
    religious morals, and preserving the integrity of
    their family identity expressly for abiding in
    social mores and therefore community
    (psychosocial) health.

- Etymology Equally Yoked/Equallyoked
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Endogamy
  • Endogamy means, in-marriage and is when an
    individual according to his/or her own social
    customs (comment mention needs to be that this
    may be more like community (psychosocial) health,
    a valued social mores or even an actual old
    religious law).
  • .marries an another individual within his or her
    own subculture or Social group.
  • Note a Social group may be a village, a
    tribe, a sect or cult, a region, or in modern
    Sociocultural Anthropology, a de facto Civil
    Identity,..

- Sociocultural Anthropology
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Civil identity
An Example
  • Ethnicity American of Scandinavian heritage.
  • Political Party Green Party membership
  • Race Anglo, Color Light complexion
  • Religion Bible Christian
  • Disability None Known
  • Gender Female Sexual Orientation Heterosexual
  • Marital Status Single-Yet to Marry
  • NOTE Couples who share the same or very similar
    Civil Identities recognize, relate to, belief
    in, bond together in marriage and family who are
    living in a diverse multicultural society are
    considered Equally-yoked.

- Intro. to SocPsy
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a Social Phenomena..
  • A couple (usually a heterosexual dyadic) who are
    of very similar or the same Civil Identity1
  • Any couples who are bonded together and who are
    of the same or very similar Civil
    identities 2
  • A marital couple with their backgrounds related
    to their Civil Identity 3

- Sociology 101 Social Phenomenology
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Dyadic Psychology
  • Equallyokedtarians are of interest to social
    psychologists because they represent a dyadic
    group of the same Civil identity.
  • Couples who primarily choose to bond and marry
    together because they are the same or very
    similar Civil Identities, among other reasons,
    may contribute to marital longevity-staying
    together for a lifetime as.. evidenced.
  • The measured self esteem of individuals of a
    marital couple who marries with backgrounds
    related to their own Civil Identities are
    worthy marital satisfaction studies as well.

- Social Psychology SocPsy222
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Equally Yoked
Civil Identity
  • - Ethnicity
  • - Politics
  • - Religion
  • - Race
  • - Color
  • - Age
  • - Sex
  • - Sex preference
  • - Marital status
  • - Ethnicity
  • - Politics
  • - Religion
  • - Race
  • - Color
  • - Age
  • - Sex
  • - Sex preference
  • - Marital status

Spirit
beliefs
Spirit
beliefs
personality
personality
Help Meets
de facto (in fact, in reality)
- Bible Doctrine 101
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Social Perspectives
  • Equallyokedtarians are those couples - who are
    equallyoked - yet having varying points of
    views about their marriage relationship
  • Liberals - a couple marrying one another
    while sharing in vague beliefs, i.e., explained
    as the same spirit or attitude about some
    issue.
  • Moderates - marrying one another r/t very
    similar civil identities - close enough for
    them.
  • Conservatives - marriage between two people
    who share the same or fairly equal Civil
    Identities.

- Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
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Coupling up.
in a hook up culture
  • Nonequallyoked Couples who do recognize
    equallyokedtarianism as a social mores and yet
    for their own ulterior motives still choose to
    violate social mores as an rash option.
  • Unequallyoked Couples who are naïve, thus
    inadvertently demonstrate opposition to
    equallyokedtarianism-as a social mores.
  • Anti-equallyoked Couples who are a bit
    mentally/ emotionally disturbed and are
    deliberately active against proper socialization,
    contrary to equallyokedtarianism and social
    mores,

- Introduction to Social Psychology
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Why Equally Yoked?
  • Motives - a couple who are Equally yoked may do
    so for a variety of reasons-some of which
    include
  • Beliefs about life, self-image, truth and God,
    death, etc.
  • Bonding for long term love, romance, and sex.
  • Marriage, family/children, and financial goals.
  • Self esteem individuals with a clear sense of
    self -marrying someone of a like civil
    identity.
  • Family identity to maintain the integrity and
    the longevity of the extended family identity.
  • Social mores a preserved cultural standard in a
    multicultural society for the sake of community
    health.

- Marriage Family Therapy
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Examples
Example 2
Example 1
  • Ethnicity Euro-American
  • Political Party Republican
  • Race Anglo, Color Light
  • Religion Christian
  • Disability None Known
  • Age 21 ½
  • Sex Male
  • Preference Heterosexual
  • Marital Status Single
  • Ethnicity Euro-American
  • Political Party Republican
  • Race Anglo, Color Light
  • Religion Christian
  • Disability None Known
  • Age 21
  • Sex Female
  • Preference Heterosexual
  • Marital Status Single

- Sociology 101
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Equally Yoked - QUIZ
  • (1.) According to the presentation, what is the
    origin of the term equally yoked? Why is it
    significant to Sociology studies? Social
    psychology? Psychiatric Sociology? Marriage,
    Family, Child Psychology?
  • (2.) Which religions practice such social mores,
    i.e., couples who are considered equally yoked?
  • (3.) Explain in your own words, how tribes,
    cults, and modern Sociocultural Anthropology or
    Sociologists are now identifying dyadic de
    facto civil identities?

- Due Next Class
- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -
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Some Suggested Schools
  • Brigham Young U., Baptist Bible Coll. Seminar,
    Regent U., Corban U., Whitworth U., Huntington
    U., Roberts Wesleyan Coll., Wheaton Coll.
    Illinois, Menlo Coll., Brigham Young U. Idaho,
    NY Inst. Of Tech., St. Josephs Coll.-NY, Molloy
    Coll., Penn State Lehigh Valley, Biola U., Asbury
    U., U of Conn.-Avery Point, CUNY John Jay Coll.
    of Criminal Justice, Liberty U., Bellin Coll.,
    Basptish Memorial Coll. Of Health Sciences,
    Bethel U.- Minn., Penn State Abington, The
    Baptist College of Florida, Milligan Coll.,
    Cornerstone U., U of Conn-Stamford, Tocoa Falls
    Coll., Multnomah U., The Masters Coll.
    Seminary, Point Loma Nazarene U., Wilmington U.,
    Northpoint Bible Coll., Art Center Coll. Of
    Design, Davenport U., Bethan Luthern Coll., CUNY
    Brooklyn Coll., George Fox U., College of St
    Mary, U of Conn-Tri-Campus, U. of Mobile, CUNY
    Lehman Coll., Felician Coll., Indiana U. Kokomo,
    E. Nazarene Coll., Fashion inst. Of Tech., Goshen
    Coll., E. Mennonite U. Holy Family U., Carlos
    Albizu U.- Miami, Colorado Christian U., Bethel
    Coll.-Indiana, Polytech Inst. Of NY U., Calvin
    Coll., Davis Coll.- NY, Penn State New
    Kensington, Clearwater Christian Coll., Woodbury
    U., Chatham U., Mayhurst U., Laguna Coll. Of Art
    Design, Hilbert Coll, Regis Coll., Indian
    Wesleyan U., CUNY Baruch Coll, Cincinnati
    Christian U., Bay Path Coll., S. Adventist U.,
    Union Coll-NE, Peperdine U., U. of St.
    Francis-Indiana, York Coll, Erskine Coll., John
    Brown U., Silver Lake Coll. Of the Holy Family,
    U. of New Hampshire at Manchester, Mary Baldwin
    Coll., Mass of Coll. Of Pharm Health Sciences,
    U. of Michigan Dearborn, Martin Luther Coll.,
    Emmanuel Coll.-Georgia, Soka U. of America,
    Penn State York, Adelphi U., NW Christian U.,
    Grace Coll. Seminary, School of the Museum of
    Fine Arts, NV State Coll., Messiah Coll.,
    Columbia Coll.-Missouri, Maranatha Baptist Bible
    College, CA Baptist U., Boston Conservatory,
    Union U., Bob Jones U., Concordia U.-Wisconsin, U
    of Sioux Falls, Milwaudee School of Engineering,
    Tabor Coll.

- Some of the Best and Safest Schools -
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Be ye not unequally yoked
  • II Corinthians 614

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