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Susanna Meadows wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • I am aware that remarriage is adultery according to the Bible (unless a spouse has died), but what about marrying someone who isn't a virgin?
  • In other words, if I saved my virginity for marriage but my husband made the mistake of not saving his (but has repented), am I committing adultery as his wife since I'm not his first?

Susanna

  { Seeing I wasn't his first, am I committing adultery if I marry someone who is not a virgin? }

Eric replied:

Susanna,

No, If your husband had sex before marriage, it does not make you an adulterer, so set your mind at ease.

Eric

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