Wednesday, July 12, 2006

In the News: Marriage and Children in Secular Culture

This, the National Marriage Project or The State of Our Unions (Rutgers) may be worth a read for parents and those working with post-modern children (long). They referenced some of the statistics on the radio this morning from an article in USA TODAY (short). They believe that our secular culture is becoming more adult-centered and less child-centered than past generations. You can choose the long or the short of it and leave comments if you like.

1 comment:

  1. That's interesting (I read the short one). The notion that today's society places less value on having and raising children is not a new one (at least not to me), but I'd never thought of it in quite those statistical terms before.