The woman you are looking for, brother, does not exist. Your job is to take the raw material you married and cultivate her into the woman in your head.

So if you have been married for 20 years and you still don’t like the product you get, that is your fault,” said Dr Munroe.

” After watching the sermon the first, second, third and fourth time, with an open mind, I still could not bring myself to understand, why and how so many women were giving it rave reviews. I can’t wait to show this to my sons.” And yet another called for the message to be played on a “bull horn”.

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He was not referring to man in the sense of the human race, but rather men, represented in Adam.

Eden, as in the Garden of Eden, he said represents an environment, a place of divine presence, an open door to God, where Adam was placed.

Dr Munroe’s sermon speaks to the story of Adam and Eve, the first marriage in history, according to the Christian creation story, and shares lessons on the role of men and women in relationships.

In the words of Dr Munroe: “The third thing God told the man - Genesis - is cultivate.

It is this language that often provides the foundation and justification for the abuse of women throughout the world.

Human rights activist Jimmy Carter, the former US president, recently spoke to this very issue when he stated emphatically, along with elders from many faiths: “The justification of discrimination against women and girls on grounds of religion or tradition, as if it were prescribed by a higher authority, is unacceptable.

By NOELLE NICOLLS A sermon delivered by Dr Myles Munroe, president and founder of the Bahamas Faith Ministries International (BFMI), has been making its way around the social sphere generating a lot of debate.

I watched the video because it was shared by a close friend, even though the online group “Meeting In The Ladies Room” posted it with a message stating: “All Ladies Regardless Of Marital Status Should Watch This!

And while organised religion has evolved since its brutish origins, the church has not shed all of its misguided ways.