1 Cor. 6:15-16: Someone I know uses this verse to promote the idea that it is sex itself that makes a marriage. Not that there is nothing more to marriage than sex, but he believes that if you have sex with someone outside of marriage, you actually become married to them. Therefore, according to this view, if someone has sex outside of marriage and at a later point becomes converted, he/she should go back to that person and seek to reconcile the marriage, regardless as to the confession of the other person (1 Cor. 7:12-16). If they do not reconcile, it is abandonment and they are no longer under the marriage. Questions: 1. Is this view historical? 2. What are you best arguments for or against it? At this point, I am fairly solidly against it, but I'll refrain from posting my arguments so that I can hear your thoughts. Thanks in advance!