Suppose there was some other practice, not divorce, and not connected to sex in any way—let’s call it X—that had three results. Continue reading
Divorce became as common as breathing. Whole networks of human relations were torn asunder; husband from wife, parents from children, aunts and uncles from their nephews and nieces, grandparents from grandchildren, cousins from one another; all of that web of meaning and belonging, extending far into the past and future, untimely ripped, battered, or severed forever, to satisfy the “needs” (often lust-driven, and nearly always selfish) of the divorcing adults.
— Anthony Esolen, from Defending Marriage, kindle location 194
In fact, the negative consequences of divorce are being measured over and over again, and the findings are grim. Continue reading
Pat Conroy once stated, every divorce is “the death of a small civilization.”
— Albert Mohler, from We Cannot Be Silent: Speaking Truth to a Culture Redefining Sex, Marriage, and the Very Meaning of Right and Wrong, kindle location 486
Consider some of the effective programs that Marriage Savers brings together: Continue reading