There is no marriage in heaven nor any are given in marriage clearly the bible states.<quoted text>
You are right again. It is clear from Romans 7 if you are living under the lesser law, or man's law. There is no dispute. However, I do not and cannot believe, nor will I, that God is anti-divorce here on this earth, yet pro-divorce in the resurrection. It makes no sense and certainly serves no purpose. It makes as much sense as Christ praying to himself in the garden, and crying out to himself while being crucified. No, rather I believe that Romans 7 actually proves that Jesus was teaching the higher law of the gospel which brought with it a higher law of marriage for eternity. To me, just the fact that the Sadducees' ask the question is confirmation that Jesus and others were apparently teaching the eternal nature of marriage. Otherwise, why did they even pose the question? The question would have made little to no sense.
You believe in a lesser god who was a man and who is not eternal. Your god produced our spirits by sleeping with millions of spirit mothers. He also was produced by parents.
The Christians god is eternal, he has always existed eternally. He is uncreated. He created us and breathe life into our soul. He didnt produced our spirit and we didnt pre exist as spirit children.
The reason why u mormons argued there is marriage in heaven cause that's how your god came into existence. A polygamist god that joseph smith created to validify his polygamist activities.