Ethics & Religion
A Column by Michael J. McManus
 

Home
Page

For Current Column
See the Home Page

 

About the
Columnist

 

Search this
Site...

 

Column Archives
List of all columns 

2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012

2011

2010

2009
2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

For 2003 and earlier
only the title is listed.
Use the Search Function
to find the article.

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

 

About The
Columnist

 

Email
Comments
to Mike

Search Ethics & Religion

Enter one or more keywords to search for using the Zoom Search Engine.
Note that '*' and '?' wildcards are supported.



Match:

Search results for: cohabitation

145 results found.

15 pages of results.
Sorted by relevance / Sort by date
... to aim for 50 mpg by 2040. Ninth, let's prohibit federal subsidies to cohabiting women who have children. Unmarried women need the $25,000 for ...
Terms matched: 1
... rejected after Democrats regained control of the Senate. Marriage rates continued to plunge and cohabitation rates to soar. For example, there were only 1.6 million cohabiting couples ...
Terms matched: 1
... to take classes to improve their communication skills. What if a new President encourages cohabiting parents to marry? Most unwed births are to cohabiting parents. Yet government ...
Terms matched: 1
... and praised the Lord Jesus Christ." Pastor Sullivan took a courageous stand on cohabitation. One Sunday he preached, "We have couples in this church who ...
Terms matched: 1
... unpredictable and unstable. Therefore, they are two to three times more likely to cohabit than to marry. They fear their future marriage will lack love, trust ...
Terms matched: 1
... the man prove worthy.. If women as a group exercise more sexual self-restraint and eschew cohabitation, men will be compelled to court them.' But if chastity makes sense ...
Terms matched: 1
... parts of Utah's polygamy laws are unconstitutional. He said the law's prohibition of "cohabitation," which the law used to describe polygamous relationships, violates the First ...
Terms matched: 1
... were exploitative, some abusive and all the others were promiscuous.' Research shows that cohabiting couples are also more likely to be abusive and commit'adultery' than married ...
Terms matched: 1
... 48 percent since 1970. Those groups with the greatest capacity to reduce divorce and cohabitation rates- churches and synagogues- are unlikely to apply for this federal aid ...
Terms matched: 1
... the world. The marriage rate has plunged 50 percent since 1970. Why? Cohabitation has diverted tens of millions from getting married. There were 21 million never-married ...
Terms matched: 1
Result Pages: << Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Next >>

  Since 1981...
1900+ Columns
  LATEST ARTICLE
  Column 1957: Many Christians Persecuted Abroad
  Valentine's Columns
  Eight Reasons To Marry
  Ten Myths of Marriage
  The Ministry of Marriage 911
  Recent Columns
  Consumers Need Control Over Digital Lives
  Abortion: Funded by Taxpayers?
  How To Save Marriages In Crisis
  A Current Emancipation Proclamation
  Catholic Sex Abuse Scandal Grows
  Senate Reforms Criminal Justice
  George H. W. Bush Remembered
  Abortions and Marriages Declining in America
  Thanksgiving - A Day To Reflect
  Cohabitation: Worst Preparation for Marriage
  Condoms in High School Vs. Abstinence
  Gray Divorce
  Why Are There So Few Adoptions?
  Why Do Married People Live Longer?
  How To Overcome Adultery
  How To Prevent Suicide
  Suicide: #2 Killer of Kids
  The Worst Valentine: Cohabitation
  Pornography: A Public Health Hazard
  Christianity Gives Women Equal Opportunity
  Sextortion Kills Teens
  Assisted Suicide Is Growing
  Recent Searches
  euthanasia, cohabitation, sexting, sextortion, alcoholism, prayer, guns, same sex marriage, abortion, depression, islam, divorce, polygamy, religious liberty, health care, pornography, teen sex, abortion and infanticide, Roe+v+Wade, supreme court, marriage, movies, violence, celibacy, living+together, cohabitation, ethics+and+religion, pornography, adultery, divorce, saving+marriages
©2017 Michael J. McManus syndicated columnist  / mike@marriagesavers.org
Ethics & Religion at http://www.ethicsandreligion.com
9311 Harrington Dr. / Potomac, MD 20854 / 301 978-7105
President & Co-Chair Marriage Savers / www.marriagesavers.org
Site Sponsored by enktesis.com