A fews years back the New York Times declared we are now living in the post-marriage era. It does seem that way with divorce on the rise, marriage on the decline, more people living together in informal relationships, and same-sex marriage advocates urging us to redefine marriage.
Has marriage "run its course" as an institution of society? Is it a society designed relationship ready for redefining to fit a post-modern world? Is Christian marriage different from a civil marriage?
Greg and Margaret celebrate 47 years of marriage in two weeks from now. They share some thoughts on staying married and honoring marriage in a post-marriage era.