Category Archives: Data

Exploding 50 something pregnant women.

Drudge had a link today titled “More women waiting until 50 to have children…”.  The article it points to is from myfoxny.com, titled 51 and pregnant: Tracey Kahn is a successful publicist. She is single, lives in a beautiful apartment … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Data, Fantasy vs Reality, Fertility, Foolishness | 328 Comments

Nowhere close to true.

I’ve done a bit more digging for the source of the data Shaunti Feldhahn shared in the articles promoting her book (see previous post).  She mentions 2009 Census data, and I recalled that the SIPP data from the US Census Bureau includes information on … Continue reading

Posted in Church Apathy About Divorce, Data, Divorce, Shaunti Feldhahn | 47 Comments

Does Shaunti Feldhahn’s rosy divorce data prove that no fault divorce is working out pretty well after all?

A few weeks ago I asked why modern Christians are so delighted with current divorce rates.  As I explained in the post, Shaunti Feldhahn has a new book* and multiple articles proclaiming the good news about our current no fault divorce/sexual morality … Continue reading

Posted in Church Apathy About Divorce, Data, Denial, Divorce, Marriage, Rebuilding the mound, Romantic Love, Shaunti Feldhahn | 222 Comments

Why are modern Christians so delighted with current divorce rates?

There is an article from the Christian Post making the rounds which has modern Christians giddy:  Author Debunks Myths About Divorce Rates, Including of Churchgoers.  The article and the book it promotes The Good News About Marriage: Debunking Discouraging Myths … Continue reading

Posted in Church Apathy About Divorce, Data, Denial, Focus on the Family, Glenn Stanton, Shaunti Feldhahn | 271 Comments

Smoking gun

Figure 3 in this NCFMR paper on remarriage rates doesn’t include the actual values of the data being charted, so I pulled the chart into GIMP, blew it up, and estimated the point values based on the pixel height of the … Continue reading

Posted in Data, Divorce, Post Marital Spinsterhood | 66 Comments