I don’t have to tell you that marriages and lifelong partnerships are tricky and unfortunately, many fail. However, most of us dream of the one woman or man to spend the rest of our days with, blissfully happy until we take our last breath.Why is it then that there such a huge gap between this wish and the implementation of it? Why do so many marriages end in broken hearts and shattered souls? Do we blame the other person, ourselves, both? Most marriages don’t fail because of the obvious reasons of violence or cheating.
Last Thursday a federal judge promised a quick ruling following oral arguments in Nebraska's marriage equality case. That ruling hasn't come yet but the state has already revised its marriage license forms, which now say "Applicant ... Read Post
The Illinois House of Representatives failed to vote on a gay marriage bill today, effectively killing in until the next legislative session in the fall. Illinois would have will become the 13th state to approve marriage equality La... Read Post
When a friend of mine who is an Old Testament scholar gets asked by congregations to offer an adult study on "biblical marriage," his reply is regularly and succinctly the same: "You actually don't want me to do that." He knows, you... Read Post