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To Our Readers
If I Told You that someone warned that marriage, in general, is on slippery footing, you'd hardly be shocked. After all, the rate of divorce in the United States today is quite high. What may come as a surprise, however, is that this warning was first published over a hundred years ago, when everyday life appears to have been a lot more marriage-friendly.
Toward the end of last century, in her landmark book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy made this statement in a chapter simply titled "Marriage": "Matrimony, which was once a fixed fact among us, must lose its present slippery footing, and man must find permanence and peace in a more spiritual adherence" (p. 65).
To Our Readers
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