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Originally posted by jupiter869
We've been hearing a lot about the sanctity of marriage and keeping and preserving it by changing the law. But what about divorce? I always heard that getting a divorce was a sin. Well, is it or not? I would think that trying to maintain marriage is just as important as keeping it sacred and far away from gays. Is there any legislature that will help couples preserve and maintain their marriage instead of them using it up and throwing it away like a dime novel?
Originally posted by twitchy
I think the whole institution of marrige is to keep the common people from developing too much power.
Originally posted by dollmonster
A sin, I don't think so. What I do think is divorce is too easy. Like abortion, it has become a quick fix for the lazy. If divorces were harder to obtain, maybe people wouldn't enter into marriage so lightly. Too many people get divorced at the first sign of boredom. But like abortion, I don't believe government or religion have the right to ban it.