Marriage, Contract, and Restraint

Marriage, Contract, and Restraint November 28, 2010

Two days ago, I was casting about for a new topic for linked posts, and, now, I not only have one, I’m trying to figure out how to schedule myself to tackle it as quickly as possible, without disrupting the conclusion of Egnor’s Eight Questions.  So here’s what you have to look forward to:

Reasons why, when/if I get married, I would be strongly inclined to seek a covenant marriage.

I got into an argument on facebook about covenant marriage and marriage in general with a number of my friends, including Stephen of The Last Delta-T.   He’s got a post up in response to some of my comments on the facebook thread, and I’ll be responding sometime this week.

In the meantime, read through his post, get a quick outline of covenant marriage on Wikipedia, and, if you’re so inclined, flip back to my series on gay marriage to get a general picture of my thoughts on marriage.

See you Monday.

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