Resources on Marriage

Hello, I’m Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and you are listening to Questions and Ethics. This is the program where we take a question that you are struggling with and take a look at it... Continue...

Marriage is a conceit. A conceit is a literary device that yokes two very unlike things in order to reveal an unseen truth by drawing a surprising similarity. It is an elaborate comparison that’s “exceedingly unlikely” but “intellectually imaginative.” The... Continue...

After years of working with marriages, including my own, I’ve come to a conclusion: Marriages that struggle are often lacking one key ingredient. It’s something that, when missing from any relationship, will cause trouble in the relationship. The missing ingredient is called... Continue...

At this year's ERLC Leadership Summit on "The Gospel and Human Sexuality," Andrew Walker will be speaking on the threats to biblical marriage in his session “Marriage Matters: Contemporary Threats to Biblical Marriage.” Walker serves are the director for policy studies at the... Continue...

Albert Mohler, SBTS, shares what the Church's message must be in a rapidly arriving "Biblical marriage minority" culture. Continue...

Don Henley of Eagles fame once sang, “I had a good life, before you came.” I began pastoring the little church on the corner. Even though I was single, I didn't feel like I was waiting for my life to start, I was locked... Continue...

What constitutes true marriage? Does marriage really have to be between a man and a woman? Or is love between any two adult partners all that is needed? Does marriage have to last a lifetime? Can we trust the church... Continue...

This week Americans celebrate National Marriage Week, a collaborative campaign to strengthen individual marriages, reduce the divorce rate, and build a stronger marriage culture. Here are five facts you should know about marriage in America: 1. Most Americans don’t marry... Continue...