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Personal reflections concerning the ban on divorce and related moral issues

John A. Little

Personal reflections concerning the ban on divorce and related moral issues

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Published by Ennel Press in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, Ireland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland.
    • Subjects:
    • Divorce -- Law and legislation -- Ireland.,
    • Divorce -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Ireland.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 138-154).

      Other titlesBan on divorce
      StatementJohn A. Little.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKDK205 .L58 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination159 p. ;
      Number of Pages159
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL933100M
      ISBN 100952682605
      LC Control Number95233954

      Introduction. The past few decades have witnessed dramatic changes in family life in all industrial countries. 1 The increase in the divorce rate in the second half of the 20 th century was striking; in fact, the divorce rate more than doubled in most Westernized countries from to 2 The increase in divorces has been particularly consequential for children, as millions of them have. This raises problems concerning the examination of the moral and political responsibility for war’s initiation and procedure: if states are war’s harbingers, then does it follow that only the state’s leaders are morally and politically responsible, or if we accept some element of Humean democracy (namely that governments are always. The present divorce law is governed by the Matrimonial Causes Act This work will consider whether this law is unsatisfactory and should be considered a ‘no fault’ divorce with much bitterness inherent in the process; and whether the speed, impersonality and insufficient attention to children is a reflection of the current law.   They are published to help guide local churches concerning difficult issues. 7 Presbyterian Church of America, Paul Gilchrist, ed., “Divorce and Remarriage,” Digest of Position Papers: –, part five (Atlanta: Christian Education and Publications, ),


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Personal reflections concerning the ban on divorce and related moral issues. Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, Ireland: Ennel Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John A Little.

First, even though a bilateral divorce is typically morally permissible – in other words, it is morally permissible all other things being equal – sometimes all other things are not equal. An obvious example of this kind of case involves families with children. Parents have moral obligations to their children as well as to each other.

Through this paper, I hope to determine the ethical and moral issue surrounding marriage, divorce, and remarriage. Divorce is currently extremely high in the United States, especially inside the church. After careful consideration of many different psychological journal articles, Stassen and Gushee.

by John M. Frame. The traditional Reformed view of divorce is well expressed in Murray’s Divorce and Adams’ Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage, and nothing much more about that need be this view, there are two grounds for divorce: one is sexual uncleanness, which includes adultery, but also the other sexual sins covered by the term porneia: homosexuality, bestiality.

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This book looks at. And most initiators of divorce experience a moral dilemma: whether to keep their commitment in the face of personal unhappiness, how much weight to give to the children’s needs versus their own, how hard to work before feeling justified in ending the relationship, and in recent decades, whether they have a duty to try couples therapy before.

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This is not intended as a “get out of jail free” card and should involve “a moral judgment of conscience that calls for serious personal reflection over a period of time,” as the Rev. In looking at “the public effects of the divorce revolution, its implications for both the moral formation of individuals and the well-being of society, and what, if anything, organizations of government and civil society should do,” divorce might be better seen as a decision that has far greater implications, she says.

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Jim raises questions regarding premarital, marital, divorce, and remarriage counseling. Divorce or separation is seldom simple. This book is a tool to allow you to make a decision based on sound advice, not emotions running wild.

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No-fault divorce classically exemplifies the trend away from moral discourse in family law. Before that reform, "a court dis­ cussed a petition for divorce in moral terms; after no-fault divorce, such a petition did not have to be discussed in moral terms.

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God controls our darkest days. Total understanding is never a requirement for total obedience. Disobedience is always a revelation of. Divorce-Related Issues Should Be Settled Through Mediation by Carl Wayne Hensley With the help of a neutral third party, divorcing spouses can arrive at mu-tually beneficial decisions regarding property, finances, child custody, and visitation.

This process, known as mediation, is a sound and prag. Divorce, also known as dissolution of marriage, is the process of terminating a marriage or marital union. Divorce usually entails the canceling or reorganizing of the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage, thus dissolving the bonds of matrimony between a married couple under the rule of law of the particular country or state.

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Divorce rates point to a world that does not see much success in marriage. For instance, in Maldives, the divorce rate is so high that the UN calculated that the typical Maldivian woman, by the age of 30, has been divorced three times (Marriage Advice).What are the causes of these high divorce rates.

Initially, marital satisfaction soared and divorce rates plummeted relative to a similar group of families that did not participate in the program. But the divorce effects waned by the five-year follow-up point, even while marital satisfaction remained high for those.

Divorce and child custody matters provide an arena for augmenting one s array of skills and scope of practice, but this has become increasingly complex.

Indeed, as Kirkland and Kirkland () suggested, psychologists who accept work in this area are extremely likely to also encounter the anguish of defending a related licensure board. Reasons for divorce. Using items from a previous survey on reasons for divorce (C.

Johnson et al., ) participants were asked to indicate whether or not each item on a list of common problems in relationships was a “major contributor to their divorce” (“yes” or “no”).These items included lack of commitment, infidelity/extra-marital affairs, too much arguing or conflict. Although divorce, once done, is difficult to undo, much can be done for children of divorce if we better understand what they are going through and how the divorce shapes their entire lives.

I say divorce is difficult to undo, but this of course gives rise to another question, which is whether divorce ought to happen less often in the first place. - ibid. b. Jesus taught that divorce led to adultery, unless fornication was the cause of divorce c. Note well: the bill of divorce did not necessarily end the first marriage!

1) Jesus described the second marriage as committing "adultery" 2) The term "adultery" implies the first marriage is still valid (binding) 2. Moral and ethical questions in a divorce. Wife asked for a divorce 5 months ago but has yet to file. In this time she has been acting like she is already .The Talaq divorce is the one most westerners are probably most familiar with where the husband speaks the phrase "I divorce you" to his wife, three times.

In keeping with the hefty book of rules and regulations, Shia and Sunni Muslims add their own rules as based on their own schools of jurisprudence.