A Better Way, by Eric SammonsJuly 23, 2021
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By Thomas Gallatin, Patriot Post, July 23, 2021
After decades of decline, the percentage of children living in two-parent homes is on the rise.
The statics have been so commonly repeated that few are surprised to hear that the traditional nuclear family in America is in bad shape. Fortunately, there’s a glimmer of hope.
The numbers of children growing up in broken homes over the past 50 years has seemingly only grown. For example, in 2014 data showed that over 40% of babies were born out of wedlock, with that number jumping to an upsetting 70% of black babies. Furthermore, for women under the age of 30 bearing children, 65.7% of babies were born out of wedlock. …