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... marry. But of the 230 who did marry, we know of only 18 divorces in two decades! Thirty years ago, I suggested that the pastors of ...
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... Senate debate on the Federal Marriage Amendment, one Senator noted that when No Fault Divorce spiked America's divorce rates, no one expressed concern. Indeed, there have ...
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... Retaliation Phase of hurt and bitterness. A Rejection Phase. America has the highest divorce rate in the civilized world. In 2014 there were 2,183, ...
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... hand, those who marry as virgins (there still are some) have lower divorce rates. Of virgins marrying in the 1960's, a University of Maryland study ...
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