Category Archives: Divorce

Never forget the eager role of the conservative anvil.

I originally left this as a comment in response to Larry Kummer’s recent post: Marriage: soon the Surgeon General will warn about it.  Larry wrote: Summary: The Left has worked for two generations to destroy marriage as an institution by … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Complementarian, Disrespecting Respectability, Divorce, Doublethink, Fabius Maximus, Finding a Spouse, Larry Kummer, Pastor Tim Bayly, Submission, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye | 175 Comments

Don’t be the guy whose wife wanted more closet space.

This is one of the pettiest things I've seen all year 😂🤣😂 https://t.co/OQ1DWckRQQ pic.twitter.com/Laa8Bb8LFT — Malik Dilonga (@thattalldude93) May 6, 2018 One of the ways we deny the obvious truth of the billboard is by declaring any man whose wife … Continue reading

Posted in Commercials, Denial, Disrespecting Respectability, Divorce, selling divorce | 22 Comments

The joke’s on him.

Yesterday my wife had an ad pop up on her phone selling women divorce.  I wasn’t able to find the online version of the ad, but with some digging found a picture of the same ad on a billboard here … Continue reading

Posted in Commercials, Denial, Disrespecting Respectability, Divorce, Doublethink, Marriage, selling divorce, Turning a blind eye, You can't make this stuff up | 81 Comments

A chivalrous view of marriage and divorce.

Pastor Russ Dean* at Baptist News Global asks Why do we continue to label the death of a marriage as a ‘failed marriage’? The United States remains one of the most religious nations on the planet, and in my part … Continue reading

Posted in Baptist News Global, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Divorce, New Morality, Pastor Russ Dean, Romantic Love, Traditional Conservatives | 143 Comments

Not enough cash and prizes.

The latest installment of Dear Prudence features a woman who fears the state won’t offer her a sufficient reward for not honoring her wedding vows.  She wants to know how she can reap the benefits of marriage without having to … Continue reading

Posted in Divorce, Slate | 56 Comments