Some of the early puritans refused to wear wedding rings as Romanism in their day had caused wedding rings to bear a commonly superstitious meaning. To wear them was to affirm that meaning, and was hence scandalous. Some persons today teach that it is wrong to wear wedding rings. However, as wedding rings in many cultures do not bear that superstitious meaning today, nor is it even known that they ever did bear that meaning, to prohibit wedding rings on this account is to revive the knowledge of idolatry, which is contrary to the purpose of Scriptural teaching. It should also be noted that numerous of the reformers and puritans did approve of wedding rings, and made frequent positive allusions to them, such as the Westminster divine, Samuel Rutherford. Learn more about this subject and what Scripture and the Westminster documents have to say about it, here: Wedding Rings - ReformedBooksOnline Feel free to debate the matter below, if you so desire.