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WEDNESDAY, JUL 9, 2014  |  117 comments
Census: More first-time mothers give birth out of wedlock
The percentage of first-born U.S. babies born to a married mother and father has fallen below 60 percent for the first time, the Census Bureau said Tuesday, while more than one in five first-born children are now born to cohabiting parents.

Among young women, norms have flipped: Since 2005, only 24 percent of mothers aged 23 or younger were married when they had their first child. More typically, these young mothers were either cohabiting (38 percent) or not in a defined relationship (38 percent).

In contrast, before 1990, more than 60 percent of first-time young mothers were married. ...


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s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
MS, bold...you know that God is omnipresent and yet you don't care? ...we will answer for every word-one day.
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News Item7/15/14 5:13 PM
MS  Find all comments by MS
s c wrote:
MS, under conviction? was I speaking to you specifically? I was just clarifying what I had previously posted as it was made out to be something else. You all had labeled John as a quote "supposed Christian". You judged his heart and that is clearly not Christ-like. For someone who hates those who judge, you surely don't have a problem doing it yourself...and in a very lame and crude manner I might add. I'm surprised that you don't resort to making faces. That's really mature. Don't you know that God is omnipresent?
As one rightly called you ....busybody
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News Item7/15/14 4:55 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
MS, under conviction? was I speaking to you specifically? I was just clarifying what I had previously posted as it was made out to be something else. You all had labeled John as a quote "supposed Christian". You judged his heart and that is clearly not Christ-like. For someone who hates those who judge, you surely don't have a problem doing it yourself...and in a very lame and crude manner I might add. I'm surprised that you don't resort to making faces. That's really mature. Don't you know that God is omnipresent?
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News Item7/15/14 4:35 PM
MS  Find all comments by MS
Clean your own fingers before you point at others spots.
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News Item7/15/14 3:53 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
...seems to be a bit of a misunderstanding. Please read my previous post carefully. I did not accuse John Y of being a supposed Christian and neither should any one of you. I did say that one would not approach a sinner and call them names. John didn't do this. He simply was using the word "whore" properly when he called it as such. I don't know whether or not he is a Christian. I do know that, while we may judge words and deeds, we absolutely are not to judge the heart. Sadly, in reading some of the comments here from those who are so staunchly opposed to those whom they judge as pharisaical..they make themselves into greater ones themselves.
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News Item7/13/14 1:21 PM
PursuitofTruth  Find all comments by PursuitofTruth
MS,

Couldn't agree more! Thanks for not conforming to the same "smug, contemptuous, long bony finger pointing pharisaical" attitude of some of the people here on this forum. I'm glad to know that I'm not alone in my beliefs here!

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News Item7/13/14 11:26 AM
MS  Find all comments by MS
PursuitofTruth wrote:
s c from Oh writes:
P.o.t., apology accepted. I think that you probably mean well. I think that the "whore" word may have been used in our culture as a cuss word but the reality of it is that it simply aligns with the bible word. If one names someone a "prostitute" or an "adulterer", it is,essentially,the same difference. And again, a Christian wouldn't engage in name-calling when witnessing, though one would be using it properly when writing of it. We certainly wouldn't want to change it in the Bible as it is direct and pictures the antithesis of the Bride of Christ.
Thank you s c! Yes the word's in the Bible (and I don't think we should change it), but I try to avoid using the word as much as possible. This John Yurich guy is an excuse of a Christian and I still hold that he should make a public opology here on the forum! I hope he will apologize for his former post.
Appreciate you calling out a "supposed" believer. John Y.
He is not the only self righteous one though on this site, reading thru this thread,one can surely see the smug, contemptuous, long bony finger pointing pharisaical group.
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News Item7/13/14 10:06 AM
DanUSA | USA  Find all comments by DanUSA
SteveR wrote:
Im guessing a GOP activist placed that ad in the Pennysaver to stoke the flames of division and emotion. That agency in truth seeks foster families to house children of all races citizens or not.
Im waiting for the story where the antichrist RCC is shown to be behind the invasion of Catholics from Central America. Lincoln will be on tilt that day
Are you a priest? lovers of the blasphemous Eucharists?
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News Item7/13/14 9:46 AM
PursuitofTruth  Find all comments by PursuitofTruth
s c from Oh writes:

P.o.t., apology accepted. I think that you probably mean well. I think that the "whore" word may have been used in our culture as a cuss word but the reality of it is that it simply aligns with the bible word. If one names someone a "prostitute" or an "adulterer", it is,essentially,the same difference. And again, a Christian wouldn't engage in name-calling when witnessing, though one would be using it properly when writing of it. We certainly wouldn't want to change it in the Bible as it is direct and pictures the antithesis of the Bride of Christ.

Thank you s c! Yes the word's in the Bible (and I don't think we should change it), but I try to avoid using the word as much as possible. This John Yurich guy is an excuse of a Christian and I still hold that he should make a public opology here on the forum! I hope he will apologize for his former post.

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News Item7/13/14 12:02 AM
Liza J  Find all comments by Liza J
Pennned wrote:
Really? I'll make one too!
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Me too !
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News Item7/12/14 10:14 PM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
s c wrote:
It's not the quantity as much as the veracity, Dorcas. That was the point you seemed to have missed. Haven't you been taught that if you continue to make ugly faces, that your face may freeze in that position? More importantly, what if the Lord would come and find you making one of them?
really? I'll make one too!
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News Item7/12/14 6:27 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
It's not the quantity as much as the veracity, Dorcas. That was the point you seemed to have missed. Haven't you been taught that if you continue to make ugly faces, that your face may freeze in that position? More importantly, what if the Lord would come and find you making one of them?
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News Item7/12/14 5:00 PM
Arsvy Varsy | Lagniappe, Maine  Find all comments by Arsvy Varsy
What the Census is showing us is the changing state of marriage. With numbers this large, it is pointing out something happening throughout the culture, including in many church buildings.
For example, churches who offer Vacation Bible Schools for the kids to reach their communities are witnessing this--many, if not most of the kids, do not have both parents living in their homes. I think this is not limited to families outside the membership roll.

Christian financial counselor Dave Ramsey is wearing his tongue out, trying to get cohabiting couples to consider their finances as one. Remember he has a call screener who can reject calls from unmarried couples, but if he did that, his audience would be reduced. He gives them solid Bible-based advice but I doubt they will take it since our culture has departed so far from the Bible.

Meanwhile, in the local newspaper, the issue of combining or separating finances for cohabiting couples is regularly dealt with.

Maybe this is just another sign of the diminishing influence of Christianity in the US.

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News Item7/12/14 4:36 PM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
Ya know s c unless you are the sermon audio moderator it's really none of your concern how many times I post.
Besides being the resident spell checker
police, we can add busybody as another trait of yours.
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News Item7/12/14 4:09 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
Dorcas, are you truly not interested? or, if you're consistent,will we see a later post stating that you are? Pick one.
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News Item7/12/14 3:39 PM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
Troll some other waters s c
I'm not interested.
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News Item7/12/14 3:34 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
Dorcas, in a previous post said: "My last words on this matter.
Goodnight all."
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News Item7/12/14 3:26 PM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
This all stemmed from a poster ranting about the ungodly women in the article above .
He railed in a self righteous attitude about his own self control and then proceeded to call the unsaved "demon possessed" "whores"etc.
This never was about the terminology used in the Bible it was about self righteous
pharisaical attitudes that were exhibited by some concerning the lost.
Let's be clear about that.
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News Item7/12/14 3:12 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
P.o.t., apology accepted. I think that you probably mean well. I think that the "whore" word may have been used in our culture as a cuss word but the reality of it is that it simply aligns with the bible word. If one names someone a "prostitute" or an "adulterer", it is,essentially,the same difference. And again, a Christian wouldn't engage in name-calling when witnessing, though one would be using it properly when writing of it. We certainly wouldn't want to change it in the Bible as it is direct and pictures the antithesis of the Bride of Christ.
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News Item7/12/14 3:11 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Excellent post.
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