Also ignored in the rush to Hulk-Smash Christians is the absence of any indication of whether those getting divorces are genuinely religious, church-going types in the first place, or those who just check the "Christian" box on whatever survey it is because they identify as a Christian more through a need to fit in with their community than out of any real convictions.
On top of that, this article is comprised of some duuuuuuuumb journalism.
People moving in together before marriage increases marriage stability? It must just be some astronomically unlikely statistical fluke that back when almost NOBODY lived together before marriages the divorce rate was as low as it has ever been.
I don't even understand how the third point is meant to apply as a percentage.
And you can just feel the derision oozing from the authors pen in the description of the first point.