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They consider the husband-father to be 'sovereign' over his household—the family leader, provider, and protector.
They call for a wife to be obedient to her head, (her husband).
Its proponents teach "the fundamental biblical principle of the equality of all human beings before God".
"There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus." According to this principle, there can be no moral or theological justification for permanently granting or denying status, privilege, or prerogative solely on the basis of a person's race, class, or gender. Christian Complementarians prescribe husband-headship—a male-led hierarchy. This view's core beliefs call for a husband’s “loving, humble headship" and the wife’s "intelligent, willing submission" to his headship.
The Roman law of Manus gave the husband nearly absolute autocratic power over his wife, including life and death.
According to many Christian denominations, Christian marriage is the union between a man and a woman, instituted and ordained by God as the lifelong relationship between one man as husband, and one woman as wife.
The Apostle Paul gave a similar directive when he wrote, "Let marriage be held in honor among all".
Catholics and Eastern Orthodox Christians consider marriage a Sacrament.
However, there are various other interpretations, including accepting Though it is presumed that Jesus never married, He taught the importance and sacredness of lifelong marriage.