Articles on Marriage

If we could rewind the clock to 1973, would the outcome of Roe v. Wade have changed if churches fully embraced the sanctity of life and rallied together to pray for its protection? It is impossible to know. But what... Continue...

When I got married, I had a new experience of association which I had never had as a single person. My husband and I were together for three and a half years before we got married, and yet, in all... Continue...

Dan Darling sits down with Matt Chandler to discuss the biggest difference between the marriages between lost couples and redeemed Christians. Chandler is the lead pastor of teaching at The Village Church in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. He is also the president... Continue...

The headlines since March 17 have been crystal clear: Presbyterians approve same-sex marriage. By a majority vote of its presbyteries (regional bodies), the Presbyterian Church USA  (PCUSA) ratified an amendment to its constitution sent down last summer by its General... Continue...

"Marriage under fire" "Government to hear testimony on the re-definition of marriage" "Biblical definition of marriage questioned" I didn’t rip these headlines from today’s blog roll. Not yesterday’s either. Yes, I know they are an accurate description of the state... Continue...

"People would be mortified if they went to a marriage and their vows were contractual." Matt Chandler responds to the culture of marriage that demands a 50/50 partnership rather than an unconditional love that we see modeled in Christ Jesus.... Continue...

Pope Francis began the Humanum Colloquium on the complementarity of man and woman in marriage by stating that "this complementarity is at the root of marriage and family." Throughout the message, he was clear about the necessity and value of... Continue...

Late this afternoon, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the rights of citizens to define marriage in Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan, and Ohio. In a 2-1 ruling, Judges Jeffrey Sutton and Deborah Cook bucked national trends, siding with citizens and... Continue...

Well, I’m back. This is Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and this is Questions and Ethics, the program where we take your questions about moral dilemmas that you are facing and try to look at... Continue...

In the various arguments over the conflict between religious liberty and the sexual revolution, scenarios are typically batted away as being “slippery slope” arguments. The problem is that the slope is getting slipperier all the time. We were told, not... Continue...