Kris Humphries Says He Doesn’t Believe in Divorce, But It Looks Like He’s Getting One

Kris Humphries Says He Doesn’t Believe in Divorce, But It Looks Like He’s Getting One October 31, 2011

Kim Kardashian, who wed basketball player Kris Humphries in a media-frenzy wedding 72 days ago, is filing for divorce. The couple married in a traditional Christian ceremony, and Humphries is reportedly hurt that the marriage didn’t work out because divorce goes against his beliefs. “I’m committed to this marriage and everything this covenant represents,” he told

While I’m not sure exactly what denomination Humphries belongs to, I do have a few questions about his marriage to Kim in light of his spiritual beliefs:

  1. Does he believe it’s OK to marry someone who is divorced? Because Kim was already divorced once when she and Kris met.
  2. Did he and Kim discuss religion or values before they got married?
  3. Did they do any pre-marital counseling (like pre-cana classes) at a church?
  4. Did he think it was weird to marry a chick whose mom had the same name as him?
  5. Did he think that marrying on TV would somehow make their covenant stronger by having tons and tons of witnesses?

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  • The fact that he uses the term “covenant” suggests to me he is probably Catholic and of all Protestant traditions, if any, most likely Baptist. Kim K is Catholic but I doubt she’s practicing cause, you know, we Catholics really endorse porn and sex tapes and divorce and all…
    Anyhow, I had to chuckle at #3 because you would not believe the Catholics who complain about pre-Cana. I mean, these are dyed-in-the-wool, would die for their faith type folks. For various and complicated reasons I was married in a Methodist church. The minister there insisted we have pre-Marriage meetings and honestly, they were informative and helped, a lot.

  • Gail Combs

    It sounds like he is a Christian. It is sad when we see a “face” and get fooled. We are supposed to see someone’s “faith” and get moved, instead.