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... 2001 Column #1052 (Fourth of a 5-part series) CHURCHES CAN VIRTUALLY ELIMINATE DIVORCE Is it possible for a church or synagogue to virtually eliminate divorce? Yes ...
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... better job. They marry 86% of Americans, but not well. Protestant divorce rates are actually higher than the unchurched. However, my wife and I ...
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... Act was introduced by Rep. Jim Runestad in the Michigan Legislature that would give divorced fathers shared custody and equal parenting time with their children as mothers. " ...
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... that of couples who married in 1980-83 who remained chaste only 14% had divorced by 1991. But those who were sexually active in 1980-83 experienced a 24 ...
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... November 12, 1999 Column #950 LEADERS IN THREE STATES TAKE STEPS TO CUT DIVORCE RATES Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has become the first leading public or religious leader ...
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... and tax subsidies. "A huge proportion of federal welfare costs are driven by divorce," asserts Dr. Pat Fagan of the Family Research Council. " ...
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... the nation's 4 million births are out-of-wedlock. Another 1 million children see their parents divorce annually. These children are headed for poverty. One study reports that in ...
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... and the equal dignity of men and women. 3. "High rates of divorce, unmarried childbearing, as well as violent or high conflict marriages, hurt ...
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... the never-married. Therefore, I suggest a three-part strategy to strengthen marriage: reduce divorce by reforming No Fault Divorce, reward the responsible spouse, and increase the ...
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... in a culture that undervalues marriage.'Our nation is threatened by a high divorce rate, a rise in cohabitation, a rise in non-marital births, a ...
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