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DRAFT ONLY I Like, I Love, I Need. How Do I Live Happily Ever

DRAFT ONLY I Like, I Love, I Need. How Do I Live Happily Ever After? Patrick F. Fagan, Ph. D. Catholic University of America March 24, 2010

DRAFT ONLY Rejection

DRAFT ONLY Rejection

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DRAFT ONLY Annual Rejection Ratio: For Every 100 Children Sources: CDC/ NCHS report series

DRAFT ONLY Annual Rejection Ratio: For Every 100 Children Sources: CDC/ NCHS report series 100. 0 90. 0 80. 0 70. 0 60. 0 Divorce 50. 0 40. 0 30. 0 20. 0 10. 0 OWB 19 1998 2099 00 95 19 90 19 85 19 80 19 75 19 70 19 65 19 60 19 55 19 19 50 0. 0

DRAFT ONLY Annual Rejection Ratio: For Every 100 Children Sources: CDC/ NCHS report series

DRAFT ONLY Annual Rejection Ratio: For Every 100 Children Sources: CDC/ NCHS report series 100. 0 90. 0 80. 0 70. 0 60. 0 Divorce 50. 0 40. 0 ABORTION 30. 0 20. 0 10. 0 OWB 19 1998 2099 00 95 19 90 19 85 19 80 19 75 19 70 19 65 19 60 19 55 19 19 50 0. 0

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DRAFT ONLY The Five Basic Institutions Five Basic Tasks Government Market School Church Family

DRAFT ONLY The Five Basic Institutions Five Basic Tasks Government Market School Church Family Instrumental Relational

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Capacities Force / Benevolence Work Intelligence Reflection Sexuality

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Capacities Force / Benevolence Work Intelligence Reflection Sexuality

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Tasks Of the Individual Gov School Market Church Family

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Tasks Of the Individual Gov School Market Church Family

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Tasks Of the Family Gov Market School Church Family School Gov

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Tasks Of the Family Gov Market School Church Family School Gov Family Market Church

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Tasks Of Society Gov Market School Family Church Family School Gov

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Tasks Of Society Gov Market School Family Church Family School Gov Family Market Gov Church Couple School Gov Family Market Church School Family Market Church

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Needs Of Society Safety & Justice Material Goods To Know To

DRAFT ONLY Fundamental Needs Of Society Safety & Justice Material Goods To Know To Mate & Produce the Next Generation Goodness & Meaning

Belonging: Male + Female Society At Large Family Child / Adult Father Mother DRAFT

Belonging: Male + Female Society At Large Family Child / Adult Father Mother DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY Education

DRAFT ONLY Education

DRAFT ONLY MEDIAN LIFETIME EARNINGS BY HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, 2009 DOLLARS Source: http: //www

DRAFT ONLY MEDIAN LIFETIME EARNINGS BY HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, 2009 DOLLARS Source: http: //www 9. georgetown. edu/grad/gppi/hpi/cew/pdfs/collegepayoff-complete. pdfp. P. 3

DRAFT ONLY Educational Attainment / Life Earnings (in millions)

DRAFT ONLY Educational Attainment / Life Earnings (in millions)

DRAFT ONLY GPA English/Math by Family Structure Average GPA Enligsh/Math Combined Source: Adolescent Health

DRAFT ONLY GPA English/Math by Family Structure Average GPA Enligsh/Math Combined Source: Adolescent Health Survey, Wave I. Adolescents grade 7 -12. 2. 90 2. 9 2. 80 2. 70 2. 6 2. 50 2. 5 2. 40 2. 30 INTACT STEP COHABIT (BOTH COHABIT (ONE DIVORCED NEVER MARRIED NATURAL)

DRAFT ONLY School Expulsion Source Add Health Wave II 1996

DRAFT ONLY School Expulsion Source Add Health Wave II 1996

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DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY Educational Attainment Ideal

DRAFT ONLY Educational Attainment Ideal

DRAFT ONLY Educational Attainment

DRAFT ONLY Educational Attainment

DRAFT ONLY MARKET PLACE

DRAFT ONLY MARKET PLACE

DRAFT ONLY Income

DRAFT ONLY Income

DRAFT ONLY $82, 270 $65, 816 Median Income of Households with Children by Family

DRAFT ONLY $82, 270 $65, 816 Median Income of Households with Children by Family Structure, 2009 $45, 248 $90, 000 $37, 021 $80, 000 $70, 000 $28, 794 Median Income $60, 000 $16, 454 $50, 000 $40, 000 $30, 000 $20, 000 $10, 000 $0 M ied arr ay Alw t ep tac n s-I M arr St ied h Co tin ita ab t tac n g I bi ha Co tep g S in tat ted ara p Se Family Type d e orc Div d ied we do Wi N arr r M e ev

DRAFT ONLY Percent of Minority Children in Poverty by Family Type, 2009 90 Percent

DRAFT ONLY Percent of Minority Children in Poverty by Family Type, 2009 90 Percent of Minority Children in in Poverty 80 70 60 50 81 40 58 30 20 33 19 10 0 tac -In ys a w l Ma d A rrie 58 15 t t tac In g tin ep St ied rr Ma Co bit ita b ha ted ep a oh at St ing 27 22 ra pa Se C Family Type d e orc Div d ied we do Wi Ne ve arr r M

DRAFT ONLY Belonging and Rejection Ratio for the US, 200 Source: Am. Comm Survey

DRAFT ONLY Belonging and Rejection Ratio for the US, 200 Source: Am. Comm Survey 2008 60 50 54. 6 45. 4 40 30 20 10 0 BELONGING REJECTION

DRAFT ONLY Index of Belonging, Ethnic Groups Source: American Community Survey 2008 70. 0%

DRAFT ONLY Index of Belonging, Ethnic Groups Source: American Community Survey 2008 70. 0% 62. 0% 60. 0% 53. 8% 50. 0% 45. 4% 40. 2% 40. 0% 30. 0% 23. 8% 17. 4% 20. 0% 10. 0% U. S. Black American Indian Hispanic & Alaskan Native White Asian

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DRAFT ONLY % Professional Class (Males) “Not Working” - US Total Unemployed single Cohab

DRAFT ONLY % Professional Class (Males) “Not Working” - US Total Unemployed single Cohab Married Fraction of Occupation Class

DRAFT ONLY % “Unskilled” Not Working: US Total

DRAFT ONLY % “Unskilled” Not Working: US Total

DRAFT ONLY Black Men (25 -54) Marriage by Education Level 3 - College 4

DRAFT ONLY Black Men (25 -54) Marriage by Education Level 3 - College 4 - Profession College Grads Professionals / 1 - HS Drop 2 - H S HS Grads Out

DRAFT ONLY Black Unemployment by Marriage (pink) and non-Marriage (blue) CPS Data Bureau of

DRAFT ONLY Black Unemployment by Marriage (pink) and non-Marriage (blue) CPS Data Bureau of Labor Statistics College Grads Professionals / 3 - College 4 - Profession 2 -HS HS Drop Out HS Grads 1 - HS Drop Out

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DRAFT ONLY Source Antovics, K. & Town, R. Am Econ Review V 94, (2004)

DRAFT ONLY Source Antovics, K. & Town, R. Am Econ Review V 94, (2004) pp 317 -321 140 Comparative Income % 120 $127 Marriage Premium in Male Income $100 80 60 40 + $27= 20 0 Average Unmarried Male Premium Average Married Male

DRAFT ONLY Savings

DRAFT ONLY Savings

$546, 944 DRAFT ONLY Average Net Worth of Households with Children by Family Structure

$546, 944 DRAFT ONLY Average Net Worth of Households with Children by Family Structure $337, 997 $309, 963 $600, 000 Average Net Worth $500, 000 $400, 000 $179, 651 $99, 494 $300, 000 $90, 506 $200, 000 $57, 180 $25, 220 $100, 000 $0 d M ie arr t tac n s-I ay w l A tep Ma ct ita ab h Co g I tin ed rat ep nta d S rrie bit ha Co a t g S tin a ep S Family Type d e orc Div d ied we do Wi Ne ve arr r M

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DRAFT ONLY 199 3

DRAFT ONLY Poverty

DRAFT ONLY Poverty

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DRAFT ONLY Of All Black Children (100%): % in Poverty or Not by Married

DRAFT ONLY Of All Black Children (100%): % in Poverty or Not by Married or Unmarried Parents 40 MARRIED NOT-MARR 35 30 25 20 15 IN 10 V O P Y T ER 5 0 Married Not in Poverty Married In Poverty Not Married Not in Poverty Not Married In Poverty NOT IN POVERTY Source: Bureau of the Census, Current Population Survey, 1998

DRAFT ONLY Unmarried Parents Same Parents If Married 3. 93 Million Children 3. 17

DRAFT ONLY Unmarried Parents Same Parents If Married 3. 93 Million Children 3. 17 Million Children Out of Poverty In Poverty Children in Poverty Source R Rector (Heritage Fdn) : Analysis of CPS 2001 0. 75 Million Children

DRAFT ONLY Impact of Divorce on Income of Families 1993 Average Annual Income $50,

DRAFT ONLY Impact of Divorce on Income of Families 1993 Average Annual Income $50, 000 40, 000 30, 000 20, 000 10, 000 Before Divorce After Divorce Family Source: Corcoran and Chaudray, Unpublished Research Paper, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, May 1994

DRAFT ONLY $$$ INCOME -ECONOMY

DRAFT ONLY $$$ INCOME -ECONOMY

DRAFT ONLY $$$ INCOME -FAMILY ECONOMY

DRAFT ONLY $$$ INCOME -FAMILY ECONOMY

DRAFT ONLY GOVERNMENT

DRAFT ONLY GOVERNMENT

Fundamental Institution: Government Need: Protection & Safety Capacity: Force & Law Task: Common Good

Fundamental Institution: Government Need: Protection & Safety Capacity: Force & Law Task: Common Good Virtue: Justice & Goodwill Government DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY Family Structure: Comparative Rates Of Youth Incarceration 4 3. 7 Comparative Rates

DRAFT ONLY Family Structure: Comparative Rates Of Youth Incarceration 4 3. 7 Comparative Rates of Incarceration 3. 5 3 2. 71 2. 5 2. 07 2 1. 5 1 1 0. 5 0 Raised in Intact Married Parent Family Raised in Mother-Only Family Raised in a Mother and Stepfather Family Raised in a Stepmother Family Source: C. Harper and S. Mc. Lanahan, “Father Absence and Youth Incarceration, ” ASA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, August 1998. Data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth.

DRAFT ONLY Adolescent Cocaine Use By Family Structure Source Add Health Wave II 1996

DRAFT ONLY Adolescent Cocaine Use By Family Structure Source Add Health Wave II 1996

DRAFT ONLY Runaway Children in UK Step-Families One-Parent Families Two-parent Families 0% 5% 10%

DRAFT ONLY Runaway Children in UK Step-Families One-Parent Families Two-parent Families 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% Percentage of children running away overnight before the age of 16 25%

DRAFT ONLY In Britain, a Child Whose Biological Mother Cohabits was 33 Times More

DRAFT ONLY In Britain, a Child Whose Biological Mother Cohabits was 33 Times More Likely to Suffer Serious Abuse than a Child with Married Parents Comparative Risk Ratios for Serious Abuse, 1982 -1988 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 Biological Parents Married Mother Married to Stepfather Biological Mother Alone Biological Parents Cohabiting Family Structure Source: Robert Whelan, Broken Homes and Broken Children, 1994. Biological Father Alone Biological Mother Cohabiting

DRAFT ONLY In Britain, a Child Whose Biological Mother Cohabits was 73 Times More

DRAFT ONLY In Britain, a Child Whose Biological Mother Cohabits was 73 Times More Likely to Suffer Fatal Abuse than a Child with Married Parents Comparative Risk Ratios for Serious Abuse, 1982 -1988 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 Biological Parents Married Mother Married to Stepfather Biological Mother Alone Biological Parents Cohabiting Family Structure Source: Robert Whelan, Broken Homes and Broken Children, 1994. Biological Father Alone Biological Mother Cohabiting

DRAFT ONLY U. S: Partner / Spouse Violence Against Mothers Over 20 With Children

DRAFT ONLY U. S: Partner / Spouse Violence Against Mothers Over 20 With Children under 12 Source DOJ Nat Crime Victimization Survey 1999 35 33 30 Rate Per 1, 000 25 20 15 15 10 5 4 6 0 Married Widowed Married+Div+Sep Combined Never Married

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

Good Law and Order DRAFT ONLY

Good Law and Order DRAFT ONLY

Diminished Law and Order DRAFT ONLY

Diminished Law and Order DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY Religious Practice

DRAFT ONLY Religious Practice

DRAFT ONLY Number of Sexual Partners / Church Attendance (Girls, Grade 7 -12) (Source:

DRAFT ONLY Number of Sexual Partners / Church Attendance (Girls, Grade 7 -12) (Source: Ad Health Wave 1) Weekly Wkly>Mo

DRAFT ONLY Source: Adolescent Health Survey, Wave I. Adolescents grade 7 -12. Average GPA

DRAFT ONLY Source: Adolescent Health Survey, Wave I. Adolescents grade 7 -12. Average GPA Enligsh/Math Combined 2. 90 2. 9 2. 85 2. 80 GPA (English & Math) by Religious Practice 2. 8 2. 75 2. 70 2. 7 2. 65 2. 60 2. 55 2. 50 2. 45 WEEKLY+ MONTHLY+ <MONTHLY NEVER

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DRAFT ONLY Religious Practice And Family Combined

DRAFT ONLY Religious Practice And Family Combined

DRAFT ONLY GPA

DRAFT ONLY GPA

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DRAFT ONLY Ideal Impact of Full Worship

DRAFT ONLY Ideal Impact of Full Worship

DRAFT ONLY Impact of Lessened Worship

DRAFT ONLY Impact of Lessened Worship

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Ideal Impact of Full Worship

DRAFT ONLY Ideal Impact of Full Worship

DRAFT ONLY Impact of Lessened Worship

DRAFT ONLY Impact of Lessened Worship

DRAFT ONLY FAMILY

DRAFT ONLY FAMILY

Fundamental Institution: Family Need: The Future Capacity: Sex & Affection Task: Procreation Strength: Chastity

Fundamental Institution: Family Need: The Future Capacity: Sex & Affection Task: Procreation Strength: Chastity & Kindness Family DRAFT ONLY

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995 DRAFT ONLY

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995 DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY The More Sexual Partners the More Likely to Abort Source NSFG 1995

DRAFT ONLY The More Sexual Partners the More Likely to Abort Source NSFG 1995 60 52 Percent who have abortions later 50 43 39 40 31 34 30 25 18 20 19 12 10 8 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 -10 11 -15 NUMBER OF NON MARITAL SEXUAL PARTNERS IN LIFETIME 16 -20 21+

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners and Out-of-Wedlock Births Percent of Sexually Active Women Aged

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners and Out-of-Wedlock Births Percent of Sexually Active Women Aged 15 -44 with Children Source: CDC, National Center for Health Statistics, National Survey of Family Growth, 1995 60% 55. 21% 49. 45% 49. 99% 50% 44. 02% 40. 02% 49. 89% 47. 55% 42. 66% 40% 32. 89% 30% 20% 16. 29% 10% 1. 71% 0% Virgin at Had Pre. Time of Marital Sex First with First Marriage Husband 1 2 3 4 5 6 -10. 11 -15. Number of Lifetime Voluntary Non-Marital Sexual Partners 16 -20 21+

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners And Single Motherhood Source: CDC, National Center for Health

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners And Single Motherhood Source: CDC, National Center for Health Statistics, National Survey of Family Growth, 1995 Percent of Sexually Active women Aged 15 -44 with Children 60% 56. 98% 53. 07% 50. 30% 48. 13% 47. 03% 6 -10. 11 -15. 44. 16% 40% 36. 48% 38. 81% 30. 21% 30% 20% 10% 7. 09% 0% 0 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Lifetime Non-Marital Sexual Partners 16 -20 21+

DRAFT ONLY Acts 24, 24 • And after some days, Felix, coming with Drusilla

DRAFT ONLY Acts 24, 24 • And after some days, Felix, coming with Drusilla his wife, who was a Jew, sent for Paul, and heard of him the faith, that is in Christ Jesus. 25 And as he treated of justice, and chastity, and of the judgment to come, Felix being terrified, answered: For this time, go thy way: but when I have a convenient time, I will send for thee.

DRAFT ONLY Virginity By Family Structure Source Add Health, 1996

DRAFT ONLY Virginity By Family Structure Source Add Health, 1996

DRAFT ONLY Father Rated Warm and Loving Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health

DRAFT ONLY Father Rated Warm and Loving Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health Wave 2, 1996

DRAFT ONLY Female Homosexuality

DRAFT ONLY Female Homosexuality

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

Ideal Of Family DRAFT ONLY

Ideal Of Family DRAFT ONLY

Reality Of Family DRAFT ONLY

Reality Of Family DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY SEXUALITY

DRAFT ONLY SEXUALITY

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995 DRAFT ONLY

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995

Number of Non-Marital Sexual Partners Versus Percent in an Intact Marriage Source NSFG 1995 DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY The More Sexual Partners the More Likely to Abort Source NSFG 1995

DRAFT ONLY The More Sexual Partners the More Likely to Abort Source NSFG 1995 60 52 Percent who have abortions later 50 43 39 40 31 34 30 25 18 20 19 12 10 8 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 -10 11 -15 NUMBER OF NON MARITAL SEXUAL PARTNERS IN LIFETIME 16 -20 21+

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners and Out-of-Wedlock Births Percent of Sexually Active Women Aged

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners and Out-of-Wedlock Births Percent of Sexually Active Women Aged 15 -44 with Children Source: CDC, National Center for Health Statistics, National Survey of Family Growth, 1995 60% 55. 21% 49. 45% 49. 99% 50% 44. 02% 40. 02% 49. 89% 47. 55% 42. 66% 40% 32. 89% 30% 20% 16. 29% 10% 1. 71% 0% Virgin at Had Pre. Time of Marital Sex First with First Marriage Husband 1 2 3 4 5 6 -10. 11 -15. Number of Lifetime Voluntary Non-Marital Sexual Partners 16 -20 21+

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners And Single Motherhood Source: CDC, National Center for Health

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners And Single Motherhood Source: CDC, National Center for Health Statistics, National Survey of Family Growth, 1995 Percent of Sexually Active women Aged 15 -44 with Children 60% 56. 98% 53. 07% 50. 30% 48. 13% 47. 03% 6 -10. 11 -15. 44. 16% 40% 36. 48% 38. 81% 30. 21% 30% 20% 10% 7. 09% 0% 0 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Lifetime Non-Marital Sexual Partners 16 -20 21+

DRAFT ONLY Virginity By Family Structure Source Add Health, 1996

DRAFT ONLY Virginity By Family Structure Source Add Health, 1996

DRAFT ONLY Father Rated Warm and Loving Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health

DRAFT ONLY Father Rated Warm and Loving Source: National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health Wave 2, 1996

DRAFT ONLY U. S: Partner / Spouse Violence Against Mothers Over 20 With Children

DRAFT ONLY U. S: Partner / Spouse Violence Against Mothers Over 20 With Children under 12 Source DOJ Nat Crime Victimization Survey 1999 35 33 30 Rate Per 1, 000 25 20 15 15 10 5 4 6 0 Married Widowed Married+Div+Sep Combined Never Married

DRAFT ONLY Girls: Number of Sex Partners / Church Attendance Source: Adolescent Health Survey,

DRAFT ONLY Girls: Number of Sex Partners / Church Attendance Source: Adolescent Health Survey, Wave I. Adolescents grade 7 -12.

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners and Out-of-Wedlock Births Percent of Sexually Active Women Aged

DRAFT ONLY Non-Marital Sexual Partners and Out-of-Wedlock Births Percent of Sexually Active Women Aged 15 -44 with Children Source: CDC, National Center for Health Statistics, National Survey of Family Growth, 1995 60% 55. 21% 49. 45% 49. 99% 50% 44. 02% 40. 02% 49. 89% 47. 55% 42. 66% 40% 32. 89% 30% 20% 16. 29% 10% 1. 71% 0% Virgin at Had Pre. Time of Marital Sex First with First Marriage Husband 1 2 3 4 5 6 -10. 11 -15. Number of Lifetime Voluntary Non-Marital Sexual Partners 16 -20 21+

DRAFT ONLY Homosexuality

DRAFT ONLY Homosexuality

DRAFT ONLY Female Homosexuality

DRAFT ONLY Female Homosexuality

DRAFT ONLY COMBINED

DRAFT ONLY COMBINED

DRAFT ONLY GPA

DRAFT ONLY GPA

Self Control: Times Drunk DRAFT ONLY

Self Control: Times Drunk DRAFT ONLY

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DRAFT ONLY

Running Away By Family Structure and Religious Practice DRAFT ONLY Source: Adolescent Health Survey,

Running Away By Family Structure and Religious Practice DRAFT ONLY Source: Adolescent Health Survey, Wave I. Adolescents grade 7 -12. 13. 1% 14. 0% Percent Who Had Ever Run Away 12. 0% 10. 0% 8. 5% 8. 1% 6. 0% 5. 2% 4. 0% 2. 0% ANY REJECTION 0. 0% INTACT/COHABIT(NATURAL) <MONTHLY/NEVER WEEKLY/MONTHLY+

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Number of Sex Partners for Girls 1. 55 1. 60 1. 40 1. 20

Number of Sex Partners for Girls 1. 55 1. 60 1. 40 1. 20 1. 14 0. 93 1. 00 0. 80 0. 60 0. 47 0. 40 0. 20 ANY REJECTION 0. 00 INTACT/COHABIT(NATURAL) <MONTHLY/NEVER WEEKLY/MONTHLY+ DRAFT ONLY

Church & Family Considered Together Church Family DRAFT ONLY

Church & Family Considered Together Church Family DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY FUNDAMENTALS

DRAFT ONLY FUNDAMENTALS

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DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY The Non-Thriving Marriage / Child Relationship

DRAFT ONLY The Non-Thriving Marriage / Child Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Belonging: Male + Female SOCIETY AT LARGE FAMILY Child / Adult Father

DRAFT ONLY Belonging: Male + Female SOCIETY AT LARGE FAMILY Child / Adult Father Mother

DRAFT ONLY The Thriving Parent Marriage / Child Relationship

DRAFT ONLY The Thriving Parent Marriage / Child Relationship

DRAFT ONLY The Non-Thriving Marriage / Child Relationship

DRAFT ONLY The Non-Thriving Marriage / Child Relationship

DRAFT ONLY The Foundational Relationship For Society

DRAFT ONLY The Foundational Relationship For Society

Friendships DRAFT ONLY

Friendships DRAFT ONLY

Partnerships DRAFT ONLY

Partnerships DRAFT ONLY

Society = Relationships DRAFT ONLY

Society = Relationships DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY 5 Institutions: 5 Tasks Family: Next Generation Religion: Moral Universals, Worship School:

DRAFT ONLY 5 Institutions: 5 Tasks Family: Next Generation Religion: Moral Universals, Worship School: Learning Government: Protection, Benevolence Marketplace: Income, Property

DRAFT ONLY Within all the 5 Institutions: The single most important virtue now? Church:

DRAFT ONLY Within all the 5 Institutions: The single most important virtue now? Church: School: Government: Marketplace: Family: ? ? ?

Church & State As Teachers Teaches Relationally Teaches Instrumentally DRAFT ONLY

Church & State As Teachers Teaches Relationally Teaches Instrumentally DRAFT ONLY

DRAFT ONLY Different Modes of Teaching Inspires To Do Good And Repent of Evil

DRAFT ONLY Different Modes of Teaching Inspires To Do Good And Repent of Evil Protects Good And Punishes Evil

DRAFT ONLY Animus Regarding Freedom Love Force

DRAFT ONLY Animus Regarding Freedom Love Force

DRAFT ONLY TWO TEACHERS for the NATION CHURCH STATE WAYS OF RULING By Free

DRAFT ONLY TWO TEACHERS for the NATION CHURCH STATE WAYS OF RULING By Free Assent By Force WHAT IS TAUGHT Universal Morality Government Morality (Law) WAYS OF TEACHING Inspires (Relationally) Forces (Instrumentally) RELATIONSHIP TO GOOD AND EVIL Inspires to do good and repent of evil. Protects good. Punishes evil.

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationships

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationships

DRAFT ONLY 5 Institutions, 5 Tasks: Virtues Needed Family: Religion: School: Chastity, Kindness Piety,

DRAFT ONLY 5 Institutions, 5 Tasks: Virtues Needed Family: Religion: School: Chastity, Kindness Piety, Reflection Government: Marketplace: Justice, Mercy Honesty, Hard Work Pursuit of Understanding, Hard Work

DRAFT ONLY Within all the 5 Institutions: The single most important virtue? Church: ?

DRAFT ONLY Within all the 5 Institutions: The single most important virtue? Church: ? School: ? Government: ? Marketplace: ? Family: ?

DRAFT ONLY Within all the 5 Institutions: The single most important virtue? Church: School:

DRAFT ONLY Within all the 5 Institutions: The single most important virtue? Church: School: Government: Marketplace: Family: Piety Interested-Endurance Justice Honesty Chastity

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

DRAFT ONLY Society’s Foundational Relationship

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