Resources on Marriage

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...

Andrew Walker discusses the article Red States, Blue States, and Divorce: Understanding the Impact of Conservative Protestantism on Regional Variation in Divorce Rates with Dr. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Family... Continue...

How does one communicate to the world the truth and nature of biblical marriage in a way that would cause them to re-think their views without sounding archaic in tone or uninformed in scope? Biblical marriage is the bonding of... Continue...

In an interview on the science in science fiction, novelist William Gibson noted, “[T]he future is already here. It's just not evenly distributed yet.” What Gibson meant was that the innovations in science fiction could already be found—at least in... Continue...

For years, marriage advocates have argued that legally redefining marriage to include more than a man and a woman would lead inexorably to polygamy, polyandry, etc., because once marriage is redefined, there is no limiting principle to prevent its redefinition... Continue...

In 2004, my wife and I spent four days in Puerto Vallarta celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary. We left our three children behind and were together on a vacation for the first time in nearly five years. During this 4-day trip... Continue...

Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern Seminary, and Russell D. Moore, president of ERLC, discuss the role of sex in marriage. Continue...