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... to require the mutual consent of the other parent, unless a major fault (adultery, physical abuse) is proven. Another essential reform is penalize spouses who ...
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... Finally, remember that Jesus sought out sinners. When the woman was caught in adultery, Jesus told her accusers, "If any one of you is without ...
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... had healed their marriage after a similar crisis. For example a couple who survived adultery could say to a couple in current crisis over infidelity: "This is ...
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