Category Archives: Marriage

Why we don’t need Sanger: Give the rebellious wife what she demands or the baby gets it!

Margaret Sanger is long gone, but her life’s work of fomenting feminist rebellion remains alive and well.  We don’t need Sanger, because we have (collectively) taken up the mantle of her and her pioneering colleagues.  Feminist rebellion is now a … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Feminists, Frame, Margaret Sanger, Marriage, Rebellion, Rebuilding the mound, Traditional Conservatives, Ugly Feminists | 170 Comments

The roots of marriage counseling.

Marcus D linked to a column by feminist and historian Rebecca Onion titled Lock up your wives! Advice columns from decades past provide a chilling glimpse into the horrors of marriage counselling before feminism.  While the title claims that marriage … Continue reading

Posted in Book of Oprah, Church Apathy About Divorce, Feminists, Margaret Sanger, Marriage, Philosophy of Feminism, selling divorce, Threatpoint, Wake-up call | 77 Comments

Denying that marriage has moral meaning is the new virtue.

As I’ve previously explained, there is a very common misconception that our society no longer believes in sexual morality.  While this misconception is understandable, it overlooks the new sexual morality which has replaced the old one.  The new sexual morality inverts … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Divorce, Foolishness, Marriage, New Morality, Romantic Love, selling divorce | 212 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

When Dennis Rainey got it right.

I was poking around the FamilyLife site and saw that they have a section for staying married/commitment.  In the first post on the list titled 5 Ways to Keep Your Marriage Covenant, Rainey gets the question of divorce right. He focuses … Continue reading

Posted in Dennis Rainey, Divorce, FamilyLife, Fatherhood, Marriage, Wake-up call | 417 Comments