Dating between christians and non christians
Some sociologists are even reporting that religious conservatives divorce , shows that couples who are active in their faith are much less likely to divorce.Catholic couples were 31% less likely to divorce; Protestant couples 35% less likely; and Jewish couples 97% less likely, which in itself is quite impressive, I must say.
, Shanti compiles some stats and conducts some research of her own on marriage, and specifically, what makes for a happy marriage.It is often more complicated that the initial news reports. Can anyone, Christians or not, be happy in their marriages?What the Research Shows About Having a Strong Marriage Shaunti Feldhahn is a Harvard-trained social researcher, popular speaker, and best-selling author of and a number of other books. Love is in the air, and that means church signs are awkwardly communicating the love of Jesus, teenage boys are cowering before their girlfriends' fathers, and married couples are waiting two hours for mediocre Italian food while their kids terrorize their babysitters.
However, for some, Valentine's Day isn't all chocolates and roses.He swears and blasphemes in almost every sentence, and his behaviour at times (from a Christian viewpoint) can be questionable and even unacceptable.