What do I mean by that?
I'll answer that with a little history. As I began rolling Operation Rolling Thunder across Washington state in the mid-2000's marriage came under attack. How?
The state began efforts to redefine marriage as something other than between a man and a woman. Secondly, the state had enacted laws that sought to silence or control speech by ministers as it pertained to legal, political and even moral issues. Bottom line, there was (is) an attack on the First Amendment, the freedom of speech.
As I researched this issue I came across a book called the Triumph of Justice published my Morningstar and written by an Orthodox Jewish Rabbi. In it I discovered something fascinating. The author said that those who practiced Judaism in America only experienced a 3% divorce rate. That's significantly less that the divorce rate in Christendom (click for Marriage, Divorce & the Church, what do the stats say?). I was shocked as divorce is allowed in Judaism with less restriction than in the New Testament. So the question in my mind was WHY?