It is not surprising that Kevin Williamson, who called for women who had abortions to be hanged because they are, to his mind, murderers , was recently fired from The Atlantic. That fact that he was, is only one of many signs that the Overton window is shifting dramatically on whether it is acceptable to call abortion murder. The three-term Idaho State Senator Bob Nonini has suggested the death penalty for women who have abortions. Meanwhile a bill introduced in Ohio would charge women who receive abortions with murder.
And they lived happily ever after…or maybe not. As much as we all want a happy ending to marriage, divorce can sometimes be the only path for some couples. If you want to assess your own risk, check out our divorce statistics on major life factors that can influence divorce. Divorce has many facets, so looking at relevant data can help us gain insights into what socio-economic issues lie beneath the surface of filing the paperwork. For example, the divorce rate in the US is going down, but not because couples are deciding to stay together. With a slew of issues connected to divorce, such as staggering costs and ugly child custody battles, couples are delaying marriage out of divorce fears. Meanwhile, in China, several cities have reported a surge in divorce rates as people emerged from quarantine due to the Covid pandemic.
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If your faith is a central part of your life, you likely wish to have a church wedding ceremony. After all, what better way to start a marriage than to walk down the aisle of your hometown church to say your vows? Before you make a decision on a church ceremony, there are a few pros and cons to consider. If you decide on a Christian church wedding, you'll want to start your planning early. The biggest reason to get married at your church is to proclaim and honor your faith.