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A Redneck’s Marital Musings on Bill O’Reilly, BibleThumping, Nature and Statism

bwhiley Wrote: Apr 07, 2013 6:25 PM
That is factually incorrect. http://psychcentral.com/lib/2012/the-myth-of-the-high-rate-of-divorce/all/1/ Not only is the general divorce rate most likely to have never exceeded 40 percent but the current rate is probably closer to 30 percent. A closer look at even these lower rates indicate that there are really two separate groups with very different rates: a woman who is over 25, has a college degree, and an independent income has only a 20 percent probability of her marriage ending in divorce; a woman who marries younger than 25, without a college degree and lacking an independent income has a 40 percent probability of her marriage ending

According to Bill O’Reilly, pundits cannot appeal to the Bible any longer for public policy regarding homosexuals that want to get married. At least I think it’s just in regards to homosexual marriages. Hell, I don’t know when and where we can use the Scripture any longer. Can we still use it in church? Does anyone know?

Well for now, I think it’s just in regards to homosexuals who want to get hitched that we’re verboten to bring the Verbum Dei into the discussion.

Geez, it’s getting tough keeping up with what we can and can’t reference anymore,...