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... 12 of its 36 states recently instituted Sharia law in which a woman found in adultery is stoned to death.'This has sparked counter demonstrations by Christians and ...
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... divorce had to prove the spouse was at'fault' for destroying the contract by adultery, desertion or conviction of a felony. No-fault should be called unilateral divorce ...
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... Marriage Ministry" in which couples who have recovered from crippling problems, such as adultery, learned to mentor couples challenged by similar issues. Over five years mentors ...
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... dissolution of their marriage, if there are no proven allegations of fault such as adultery or abuse. This reform would replace No Fault Divorce in cases involving children ...
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... marriage. In 22 states one spouse cannot even sue for divorce on grounds of adultery, or physical abuse, such as AZ, CA, CO, FL ...
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... , to mentor those in current crisis. Every church has couples who have survived adultery who can be trained to tell their story of recovery to a couple in ...
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... to legalizing "bigamy, same-sex marriage, adult incest, prostitution, masturbation, adultery, fornication, bestiality and obscenity." In a commentary headlined, " ...
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... days, one would have to prove their spouse was at fault – due to adultery, abandonment or abuse. However, in 1969 California Gov. Ronald Reagan ...
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... if one spouse proved their partner was guilty of a major fault, such as adultery, abandonment or abuse. No Fault allowed either spouse to simply declare there ...
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