Marriage is a contract?
September 6, 2007 10:13am CST
Do you think so? or you have another opinion?
7 Sep 07
I do agree that marriage really is a contract. Contract means an agreement or the meeting of minds of two individual who bound themselves to do something depending on what they agreed upon. In marriage, a man and a woman mutually bound themselves depending on their vows with one another. Just like a contract, marriage may be valid or void, can be revoked or not.
6 Sep 07
Hello there. I do think that Marriage is a contract. It's a contract that protects the interest of both parties (especially the gal). If any party breeches the contract (ie. unfaithfulness), then the other party can sue for compensation. I feel that Marriage is supposed to holy and not business like. However, due to the 'liberal' thinking of many people, Marriage is losing its holiness and is becoming more like a transaction. Actually, if a couple loves each other and remain faithful to each other, i guess it does not matter whether they are married to each other or not. This beats marrying and then divorcing.