The Christian divorce rate might not be what you have been told for years and years. As a Christian, I have always heard that the divorce rate wasn’t any better for Christians than it was for non-Christians. It was a bit disheartening and didn’t really make sense. Now, I know why.
A Harvard trained researcher couldn’t believe the Christian divorce rate was what was told to us either, so for eight years, she researched for the truth and found it. She wrote a book about her findings called, The Good News About Marriage.
|The Good News About Marriage: Debunking Discouraging Myths About Marriage and Divorce|
Shaunti Feldhahn lays out what she found during her eight years of investigating the complicated, complex divorce statistics.
You can read her full article on CBN.
I think it reassures many of us who thought the Christian divorce rate might not be what we were told for years. As a matter of fact, it never was accurate according to Shaunti’s research. Of course, that isn’t really surprising with all the inaccuracies reported to us on many fronts.