Nifty Yahoo article about a Time mag article.
The book by Instone-Brewer is good as well, I read it a year ago.
I was a little appalled at the 60% negative reaction to the CT article last month, though. (Talk about knee-jerk, imo.)On questions relating to the Bible's treatment of family and morals, one might expect assurance, if not rigidity, from Evangelical Christianity. So, it may surprise many to learn how "live" the topic of divorce remains in Evangelical circles. Last month, the cover story of the monthly Christianity Today was titled "When to Separate What God has Joined: A Closer Reading on the Bible on Divorce." The heated controversy provoked by the story showed how Biblically flexible some Evangelicals can be - especially when God's word seems at odds not just with modern American behavior, but also with simple human kindness.