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Grace and Divorce: God's Healing Gift to Those Whose Marriages Fall Short

by Les Carter

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Divorce rates for evangelical Christians are just as high as for any other segment of American society, but the experience is made even more painful by the judgmental attitudes divorcees encounter in their churches and from their clergy. By offering a deeper and more nuanced scriptural explanation of the role of grace (and humanity's need for it) in our understanding of divorce, Grace and Divorce seeks to uphold the ideals of marriage while emphasizing how love and acceptance can still be given to those whose marriages have not attained that ideal.… (more)

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Divorce rates for evangelical Christians are just as high as for any other segment of American society, but the experience is made even more painful by the judgmental attitudes divorcees encounter in their churches and from their clergy. By offering a deeper and more nuanced scriptural explanation of the role of grace (and humanity's need for it) in our understanding of divorce, Grace and Divorce seeks to uphold the ideals of marriage while emphasizing how love and acceptance can still be given to those whose marriages have not attained that ideal.

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