Columnist Glenn T. Stanton examines a famous quote often attributed to St. Francis of Assisi, concluding that the words never came from Francis' mouth.
Family expert Glenn Stanton answers the question that often is asked: "How will my same-sex marriage harm your marriage"?
Contrary to one study that received lots of attention recently, cohabitation is still a risk factor that increases a couple's chance for subsequent divorce, says author and columnist Glenn T. Stanton.
In this second part of a special two-part series on gay "marriage," family expert Glenn Stanton examines the parallel that often is made between the 1960s civil rights movement and the push to redefine marriage.
Young adults may support gay marriage but there good reasons to suspect they'll change their minds as they grow older, says columnist and family expert Glenn T. Stanton
Contrary to popular belief, living together before marriage actually leads to higher divorce rates, not lower ones, says columnist Glenn Stanton.
Marriage is on the decline among blue collar America, and the evangelical world would do well to take note, says family expert and columnist Glenn T. Stanton.
Contrary to what many argue, there are no legitimate parallels between current bans on gay marriage and former bans on interracial marriage, says columnist Glenn Stanton.
More and more studies are showing that premarital sex increases the likelihood of divorce, columnist and researcher Glenn Stanton says.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (BP)--"Christians divorce at roughly the same rate as the world!" It's one of the most quoted stats by Christian leaders today. And it's perhaps one of the most inaccurate.