I would think the fact that two adults swearing publically to God and an audience of friends and family that only death can take them apart and then reniging less than a decade later would bring more moral indignation.
If marriage is a sacred institution why is the fact half of America makes a mockery of it and of God only get the attitude that "sh*t happens?"
So if the other person becomes violent and abusive, or cheats continuosly, then one should still stay married to him or her?
Like I said, men and women do change over the years. Sometimes subtlely or in harmless ways, sometimes in more dramatic fashion.
For my own parents, my Father stayed loyal, worked hard, and took care of us until I was about 4 years old. Then his mother died, and he completely changed. He found a girlfriend, stayed away for months at a time etc... My mother had no choice but to divorce.
You say you are choosy, and thats all well and good. But what if the woman you choose changes after 4 or 5 years and decided she doesn't want to be with you anymore? Or back to your original post, what if you don't believe in divorce, but your spouse or significant other does
Edited by Davidson Deac II, 22 February 2009 - 01:36 PM.