Section One is dedicated to providing a sound doctrinal answer to that question.
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Reportedly, Charles Stanley’s wife, Anna Stanley, originally filed for divorce on 6/22/93 following their separation in the spring of 1992, but the two agreed Anna would amend the lawsuit to seek a legal separation instead (”separate maintenance”) while seeking reconciliation. Charles Stanley told the congregation in 1995, “If my wife divorces me, I would resign immediately.” Reportedly, Ann Stanley agreed to withdraw the divorce suit and work towards reconciliation.
Things reportedly seemed hopeful by 1998, then fell apart again.
To make full and best use of the following article, it is recommended to first read the online book: Split Asunder--Divorce and Remarriage Scripturally Explained.
Then return here for a more in depth discussion of whether it is proper to remain married to a second spouse.
In February 2000, she again filed for divorce, and a judge issued a final decree May 11, 2000 ending the 44-year marriage.
Charles Stanley partly blamed “childhood difficulties.” But the grounds for Charles Stanely’s divorce was reported to be the marriage was “irretrievably broken.” Reportedly, Charles Stanley remained eligible to be pastor of First Baptist Church as long as he did not remarry.
While it is commendable that the first marriage is held in such high esteem by these Christians, there are many assumptions and errors of biblical interpretation that drive such a philosophy.
The emphasis within Section Two is the evaluation of the arguments, issues, and objections utilized by those who advocate divorce so as to be able to reconcile with an original spouse.
Preamble This article will be split into two distinct sections.