Monthly Archives: August 2012
I’m seeing a growing trend in Christianity regarding divorce. I’m not talking about the growing trend of Christians having divorces, which I’m seeing conflicting data on. I’m talking about the growing trend of Christians supporting divorces. I’m seeing more and more often that Christians are suggesting divorce as an option. To me, this is just appalling. Growing up, I don’t think I ever heard anyone talk about divorce in any light. It was something talked about in whispers in very small groups and always as a disdainful practice. Now, I’m not suggesting we should go back to not talking about it. I’m in favor of communication. However, I am not in favor of this growing trend of thinking divorce is OK.
One of our largest topics for
fighting conflict (in the past) is that I (from her perspective) “want sex all the time”. I have pretty hard time denying that allegation, because, well, it’s true.
I see this theme a lot in my readings on message boards, blogs, Facebook, twitter, etc. Statements like:
“All he wants is sex”
“All he thinks about is sex”
“All he wants me for is sex”
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