Is a covenant more sacred than a promise or a vow?
If we were to define together the “Covenants of Modern Faith” — what would you include as universal values and morals that chain us together in unity and save us from our darkest selves?
We will define “covenant” as a “one way agreement” that is unenforceable. The covenanter can only break a covenant. No “meeting of the minds” is necessary for a covenant to be enforced and enforceable.
The beauty of a covenant is that it is based, in essence, on faith and the honor of your word and action — and if a covenant is broken or not renewed, the only person wounded in the exchange is the covenanter.