Here is a video of Dr. Morse giving a talk at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota on October 1, 2013. Watch and enjoy.
Don’t blame the gay lobby for the decline of marriage.
By Stephen Baskerville, a Ruth Institute Circle of Experts member
This article was originally published November 22nd, 2010, at theamericanconservative.com.
Defenders of marriage must face some hard facts or they are going to lose their fight—and with it, quite possibly, their religious freedom as well. Federal judge Vaughn Walker’s ruling nullifying Proposition 8 in California illustrates that, unless we can demonstrate very specific reasons why same-sex marriage is socially destructive, it will soon be the law of the land. Read more…
Fans of Dr. Jennifer Morse’s original 2004 booklet, “101 Tips for a Happier Marriage: You Can Improve Your Marriage Even if Your Spouse Doesn’t Change a Bit,” will be especially pleased by this revamped version, now in book form.
What’s the difference?
In addition to Dr. J’s original helpful tips are the “practical applications” that Ruth Institute newsletter subscribers would have seen over the years, written by newsletter editor, Betsy Kerekes.
The end result is: “This is what to do. And this is how to do it.”
Here is what some reviewers have said: Read more…
by Michael Bradley, a Ruth Institute “It Takes a Family” 2013 conference alumnus
This article was originally published August 2nd, 2013, at ethika politika.
If there’s one lesson that conjugal marriage advocates should have learned by now, it’s this: While the best arguments win public opinion debates, rational arguments are almost never the “best arguments” to make. Read more…
This is Seth Adam Smith and his wife, Kim. They’ve been married a year and a half, and Seth just realized: marriage is not for him.
He realized it’s MUCH more than that. This is a recent entry from his blog. It’s well worth reading.
Marriage Isn’t For You
Having been married only a year and a half, I’ve recently come to the conclusion that marriage isn’t for me.
Now before you start making assumptions, keep reading. Read more…