Nation’s capital bans conversion therapy

1 in 3 Americans want a divorce between clergy and civil marriages

This ‘Giving Tuesday’, give the gifts of life, strong families, and the freedom to live out your faith

Are the financial pressures of illness contributing to elder divorce?

    Family Studies: Discussions about divorce, family stability, and the like typically focus on individuals and families in their normal childbearing and child-rearing years, and for good reason. Unstable or single-parent families have it tougher in all sorts of ways, and to the degree that their struggles affect future generations, solving their associated problems is all the more important. Indeed, it certainly is not uncommon to hear in conversation, even among those who think poorly of divorce in general, an almost audible relief when divorce occurs without children being involved, either because the couple has not had children or the children are grown and gone.

  • Posted: 12/02/2014
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Time to rend marriage? 1 in 4 pastors agree with First Things petition

Should religious and civil marriage be separate? (video)

Local clerks must allow same-sex marriages

Proposed Minnesota policy would allow student athletes to choose teams based on ‘gender identity’

Traditional marriage ‘a compelling government interest’

The mystery of case assignment in the Ninth Circuit

Same-sex marriage acceptance by Finnish Lutheran Archbishop prompts mass resignations from church; nearly 8,000 resign over weekend

Student has no right to discuss same-sex marriage in Marquette ethics class?

The Marriage Pledge – Its relevance in Europe

Study: Children suffer negative effects of divorce

Texas asks judge to uphold marriage law during appeal

Atlanta Fire Chief suspended after writing Christian book calling homosexuality ‘perversion’

Working in family law can reflect God’s compassion

‘Welsh smacking ban would criminalise most parents’

A chronology of (mostly) my comments on ecclesiastical cooperation with civil marriage

Distinguish civil marriage from sacramental? Of course. Divide them? No!

Truth be told: Two clear voices amid the growing din

Many faiths, common view on marriage: Men and women are created for each other

Arkansas, Mississippi marriage laws overturned

How the normalization of pornography fuels the rape culture

Separating civil and Christian marriage

The Census still doesn’t know how many same-sex couples there are

Americans evenly split on legalizing same-sex marriage in states, midterm exit polls show

What we lose when our families shrink

Ashers: MLA in equality law ‘conscience clause’ bid

What’s stopping young adults from forming stable families?

Atlanta’s Fire Chief suspended for publicly professing Christian beliefs

Schuette urges court to take same-sex marriage case

Michigan supports prompt review of same-sex marriage

A legal perspective on ‘The Marriage Pledge’

“Not Yet”: A response to ‘The Marriage Pledge’

Defenders of the family are not as warm and fuzzy as you think

    Aleteia: Last week I was privileged to attend the Humanum Colloquium held at the Vatican, and about which I wrote in advance with optimism regarding the use of new visual arts to convey old truths. Now, with the colloquium behind me, I find myself thinking about the lasting contributions of this international gathering. And it strikes me today that perhaps one of the most important things was an attempt to frame the current international debate about marriage in terms of the humanity owed to the innocent.

  • Posted: 11/25/2014
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Marriage and the black family

Why I changed my mind on civil marriage

‘Parties treat same-sex marriage opponents as morally inferior’

‘Monty the Penguin’ advert criticized for not being inclusive enough

To rend is not to retreat

What are the objections to The Marriage Pledge?

Our canvas Christendom

The church and civil marriage

To go or not to go? Why we shouldn’t take ‘The Marriage Pledge’ too soon

Does a ‘decent interval’ suffice to rehabiliate what is (allegedly) wrong?

30,000 People support Duggars after liberals lobby TLC to cancel “19 Kids and Counting”

ADF to 11th Circuit: Uphold freedom of Fla. to affirm marriage as one man, one woman

Springfield opponents not alone in fighting nondiscrimination ordinance

Pastor Johann Christoph Arnold on “God, Sex, and Marriage”

Rusty Reno doubles down

All schools must back same-sex marriage, say humanists

Celebrity role models causing rise in ‘sexting’

Mothers can be more productive at work

An important religious freedom ruling in Germany

Thousands of pro-lifers support Duggar family, tell TLC to keep “19 Kids and Counting”

Rome’s extraordinary ecumenical event

Benham Brothers, Steve Crowder urge support for The Duggars amidst media attack

The role of government marriage?

Why more than 100,000 people have asked TLC to dump the Duggars

Why you should not sign “The Marriage Pledge”

QC: ‘Basic human rights infringed’ by Named Person

MLA says court action against Ashers is ‘essentially bullying’

In which First Things does some fourth things

Responding to Sullivan on the marriage pledge

Managing the costs of family elder care

Nearly two-thirds of human trafficking victims are from Asia

More magistrates quit over same-sex marriage issue than previous reported

Reconnecting an unbound generation

Robert George: We will bring scorn upon ourselves, yet we must continue to fight same-sex marriage

Same-sex marriages can go ahead in South Carolina