Absurdity of the clickie divorce

May 8, 2018 by

by Fionn Shiner, The Conservative Woman: If a fiction writer wanted to lampoon our culture’s obsession with convenience and how this seeps into every aspect of our lives, they would have struggled to come up with a metaphor so crushing and encompassing than the news that you can now get a divorce...

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Does faith reduce divorce risk?

Mar 23, 2018 by

By Glenn Stanton, Public Discourse. Many Christians believe that the divorce rate among believers is on a par with that of the unbelieving world. That’s simply not true—particularly for those who take their faith seriously in both belief and practice. The best research from sociology’s leading...

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Church has ‘dealt with’ Meghan Markle’s divorce, Archbishop of Canterbury says

Feb 23, 2018 by

By Rhiannon Mills, Sky News: The Archbishop of Canterbury says Meghan Markle’s divorce is something the Church of England has “dealt with” in the same way it would with any other couple. Speaking as he prepares to officiate at Meghan’s wedding to Prince Harry in May, the...

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Government must tackle the greatest social problem of our age – marriage breakdown

Feb 18, 2018 by

by T A Pascoe, The Conservative Woman: A fortnight ago the Government confirmed that it would look at how to support the institution of marriage in policymaking. Kit Malthouse, Minister for Family Support, Housing and Child Maintenance, pledged to examine the possibility of a ministerial working...

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To walk away from marriage is to abandon your duty

Feb 17, 2018 by

by Thomas Pascoe, The Conservative Woman: Few would contest that public debate in Britain has become more barbarous. It has become barbarous in a very specific sense: that a desire to do something is very often presented as the sole possible criterion for action. This is the refuge of the savage....

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Marriage break ups cost the taxpayers £51bn a year

Jan 30, 2018 by

by Steve Doughty, Mailonline: The cost of family breakdown has soared to more than £50 billion a year, according to a new analysis yesterday. It said the price to taxpayers of supporting people whose marriages or partnerships have fallen apart has now reached £51 billion in a year, up from £48...

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