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  • Social Scientific StudiesEqually-yoked CouplesSocialPsychologyLiberal Arts and Humanities

  • A Disclaimer:This material may be quoted for educational projects i.e., graduate students, clinical researchers, and post-doctorate professionalsAll quotations here within are actually either direct or paraphrased quotes from personal interviews, public lectures, or: formal clinical research journals or mass media publications. So therefore, the use of any quotations here within is understood and therefore may be used for educational purposes in: counseling practicums, social psychology research, supervised clinical psychiatry and psychotherapy.Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • Equally YokedDescribed as Extraordinary and rare and even a Gift of G-d are Religious couples with a like Civil identity Jerusalem, Israel, 1970 RELIGIONS 101

  • (the study of the minds of such a unique couple)( concerned with civil rights and human rights)(a special focus is on religion and spirit)Liberal Arts and Humanities:

    A rare social phenomena existing in cultures all around the world. The emphasis for social scientists is for studying an equally-yoked pair, their minds, their behaviours, their relationship structure and systems. For the legal systems it about the preservation of their human rights. In marriage, family, and child relationships its about religion applied.

  • Civil Identity1Ethnicity: Politics: Religion: Race: Color: Age: Sex: FemaleSexual (pleasure preference) Orientation:Marital status: Civil Identity is actually a unique mosaic of ones present: Ethnicity, Political Party, Race, Color, Religion, Disability, Sex, Sexual (Pleasure Preference) Orientation, Marital Status, Family Status, .. Ethnicity: Politics: Religion: Race: Color: Age: Sex: MaleSexual (pleasure preference) Orientation:Marital status:

    Civil Identity2

  • A Biopsychosociocultural Instrument

    EthnicityPoliticsRace ColorReligionDisabilityAgeSexSexual (pleasure preference) OrientationMarital StatusFamilial Status

  • God should be firstIn a small study, equally yoked couples were surveyed and unequally yoked couples were surveyed. Who should be first in one another lives.? Results: the Equally yoked couple tended to agree slightly more so than the unequally yoked couples that God should be first in one anothers lives.24

    U.S.A. Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • Equally Yoked - Theolograms

    Unequally yokedEqually yokedInequally yokedNonequally yokedNOTE: The full range of human coupleship experience also includes the anti-equally yoked (who are the actively rebellous counterculture)(deliberate)(compensative)(nave, innocent, gullible)

  • a higher desire to growOne smaller on campus study showed that equally yoked couples revealed a higher desire to develop and encourage each other to grow towards God then did the unequally yoked couple.1

    U.S.A., 2001 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • roles in marriageA study amongst graduates off campus revealed that Equally yoked Couples scored higher levels of understanding than did unequally yoked couples concerning roles (about one anothers roles in their marriage).5

    U.S.A., 2002 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • vision and roles In equally yoked dyads multiple small studies showed that one anothers vision for marriage and the role that each individual in that dyad was to play actually scored higher in clarity than that of individuals in unequally yoked dyads.7

    U.S.A., 2001 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • deeper understandingCouples were surveyed about sharing with one another their understanding of Jesus, of compassion, and of love were divided into two groups those equally yoked and those unequally yoked by modern and standard Biblical definitions. What the survey found was that those with a deeper understanding of Jesus, of compassion, and of love more significant in the equally yoked when compared to those who were unequally yoked.18

    Armenia, 2004 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • commitmentSeveral small studies have proven that equally yoked coupleships have higher levels of commitment to helping one another, i.e., SoPs (Significant other Persons) who are in those kind of coupleships when compared to a variety of unequally yoked couples.6

    U.S.A., 2001 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • family and child rearingOne study that inquired, do equally yoked couples or unequally yoked couples have more of a clear understanding of family and child rearing? The results of the study showed that unequally yoked couples have an understanding was more skewed and distorted while the equally yoked couples have more of an understanding of family and child rearing and was one of proven clarity.15

    Tonga, 2006Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • encourage and contendA small research study has proven that equally yoked couples tend to encourage without contention, one another, towards healthy living purposefully by decisions and free choices.8

    Liberal Arts and Humanities Tuvalu, 2000

  • dreams come trueA study having to do with dreams.. Produced interesting results: Equally yoked couples and unequally yoked couples scored about the same with respect for having a clear understanding of what it will take to help one anothers dreams come true.9

    Zambia, 2005Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • core valuesResearch reveals that core values, i.e., about faith, family, finances, and future differ greatly between couples who have been identified as either equally yoked compared with those who are identified as unequally yoked.10

    Monaco, 2001 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • time spent dailyA series of research studies have shown to date that those couples who are considered equally yoked when compared to those who are unequally yoked do spend a differing amounts of time in the home in daily devotionals and worshipping God in public together. Equally yoked couples tended to spend more time in daily devotionals. Also, most studies were unclear if unequally yoked couples actually spent more time together in public worship.17

    Argentina, 2001 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • emulateJesusOne very small study on a Christian college campus showed that unequally yoked couples and equally yoked couples both wanted to emulate the character of Jesus scoring about the same-almost equally. Note: the equally yoked couple score slightly more-not significant.

    Malta, 2000Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • ...more compassionateAn extensive study online study questionnaires answered among individuals who were in an equally yoked relationship proved they were more compassionate then those who were in an unequally yoked relationship. Actually, unequally yoked individuals tended to cover up the others errors cover for them.11

    Liechtenstein, 2011 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • Religious | Secular Equally YokedCreated by God..therefore, its Gods willIts an inherent part of the plan of human salvationA sacred relationshipAn abiding in true, good, and human right doingSanctificationMatched by more than just civil identity1

    EquallyokedThe foundation of forming a proper dyadA duty to societyEqual/or similar civil identities for the best psychosocial wellbeingGood citizenship/ abiding in social moresA foundation for the pursuit of happiness1, 2

    Comparison- HUMANITIES: Religious Studies

  • encouraged one anotherIn a worldwide meta-analysis of equally yoked versus unequally yoked couples equally yoked couples significantly encouraged one another more while unequally yoked couples nagged and complained more trying to make the other get better.12

    Iceland, 2003Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • prior to marriageA study in social psychology investigating marital couples - whether during courting that a couple clearly understood the difference in a couple being equally yoked or unequally yoked and was it discussed prior to marriage. Equally yoked scored better than unequally yoked couples.13

    Georgia, 2008 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • Bible doctrineEqually YokedCouplesDo you encourage each other in the same Bible doctrine? Is your understanding of Bible doctrine different then yours?

    89%, YES 91% YES Unequally YokedCouplesDo you encourage each other in the same Bible doctrine?

    Is your understanding of Bible doctrine different then yours?

    44%, YES 79% YES Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • in a ministry together.A few studies that were done on campuses surveyed whether an equally yoked couple or an unequally yoked couple shared similar passions for a ministry and/or actually worked together in a ministry. The results were: The equally yoked couple shared more passion and time in the same ministry than the unequally yoked couple.20

    United Kingdom, 2013Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • Do you pray together?...Equally Yoked Couples

    Do you pray together?

    99.9% YES

    Unequally Yoked Couples

    Do you pray together?

    51% YES

    Denmark, 2012 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • jealousyIn a study concerning jealousy unequally yoked couples scored more incidents of jealousy throughout the 7 day week while equally yoked couples identified within the very same study scored few to none in general.3Another study showed that no jealous existed at all with other relationships in equally yoked couples who encouraged one another in their relationship with God.4

    U.S.A. Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • whats the differenceCouples were asked in chat rooms i.e., a broad based (cyberspace) via Internet questionnaire whether they are informed of the differences in equally yoked and unequally yoked coupleships, and if they attended a supplemental spiritual orientated marriage seminar or conferences together? Unequally yoked couples = 100% NO!

    Costa Rica, 2002 Liberal Arts and Humanities

  • Sound DoctrineEqually Yoked is solidly orthodox conforming to Gods word as biblical truth and sound doctrine. 1- Sins of the Holy Bible?, Rabbi C. ChristiansonThe gospel of Jesus is a sacred trust after the cross, unequally yoked became false doctrine. 1, 2- Why Jesus Died for Me, Pr. L. Wooton Choosing an equally yoked coupleship sealed the pair for eternity, then, as it does today 1, 2- Sermon notes, Rev. L. Johnson

    RELGION 101: Sound Doctrine

  • in the word of God.A larger study on Christian campuses in the U.S. found that couples (either courting, engaged, or married) who were equally yoked compared to those unequally yoked spend about the same amount of time daily studying the word of God.19

    Liberal Arts and Humanities USA, 2000

  • The Lord: Sets things in OrderDarkness

    AbominationTwisted/liesCareless foolsWrong doingSex idol (of devil)Hellacious

    Light

    WisdomSalvationTrue doctrineCarefree joyRighteousnessThe law of GodEternal Life

    RLGNS 101: Light and DarknessEqually YokedUnequally Yoked

  • success A randomized study of unequally yoked couples was compared to identified equally yoked couples concerning: what success meant to each of the individuals within the coupleship - the results were that the Unequally yoked coupless understanding and definitions of success focused more on corporations and monetary wealth. While equally yoked couples yielded resulted with high levels of personal values satisfaction, financial stability, and outcomes related to social benefits.15

    Liberal Arts and HumanitiesU.S.A., 2000

  • Equally Yoked?A Couple with the Same Civil Identity with a mutual focus on Same Religion and the Same Spirit especially.

    II Corinthinans 6:14-18Theological Concepts: Religion and Spirituality

  • Social Scientific StudiesEqually yoked Couples~~~All information presented here may be copied, downloaded, or shared.~~~Copyrights: For Educational Purposes OnlySocialPsychologyLiberal Arts and Humanities

    A rare social phenomena existing in cultures all around the world. The emphasis for social scientists is for studying an equally-yoked pair, their minds, their behaviours, their relationship structure and systems. For the legal systems it about the preservation of their human rights. In marriage, family, and child relationships its about religion applied.Its Biblical-after a fool comes hellfire-so, only a fool says, you have to be color blind when picking and choosing whether a relationship is equallyoked- duh.