18. Prohibiting divorce… Impossible!

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The author believes it is useless

to pass a law that prohibits divorce. He refers to personal status as part of people’s privacy that cannot be

subject to one standard since the conditions of people are different.

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The author believes that it is useless

to talk about prohibiting divorce, arguing that people care about their own interests in the first

place.
He believes that divorce is a personal issue that is always subject to people’s private life

conditions that cannot be controlled by one and sole law for all cases.
He refers to strategies adopted by

different churches in West to deal with the problem of personal status; like those adopted in the U.S., Canada,

Ukraine, Greece and other churches in world.

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