Divorce Rate in the Church – As High as the World? (2022)

  • By Glenn T. Stanton
  • August 15, 2011

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Couples who regularly practice any combination of serious religious behaviors and attitudes enjoy significantly lower divorce rates.

It’s one of the most quoted stats by Christian leaders today. And it’s perhaps one of the most inaccurate.

Based on the best data available, the divorce rate among Christians is significantly lower than the general population.

Here’s the truth …

Many people who seriously practice a traditional religious faith – be it Christian or other– have a divorce rate markedly lower than the general population.

The factor making the most difference is religious commitment and practice.

The intuitive is true! Couples who regularly practice any combination of serious religious behaviors and attitudes– attend church nearly every week, read their Bibles and spiritual materials regularly; pray privately and together; generally take their faith seriously, living not as perfect disciples, but serious disciples– enjoy significantly lower divorce rates than mere church members, the general public and unbelievers.

Professor Bradley Wright, a sociologist at the University of Connecticut, explains from his analysis of people who identify as Christians but rarely attend church, that 60 percent of these have been divorced. Of those who attend church regularly, 38 percent have been divorced.

Other data from additional sociologists of family and religion suggest a significant marital stability divide between those who take their faith seriously and those who do not.

W. Bradford Wilcox, a leading sociologist at the University of Virginia and director of the National Marriage Project, finds from his own analysis that “active conservative Protestants” who regularly attend church have are 35 percent less likely to divorce compared to those who have no affiliation. Nominally attending conservative Protestants are 20 percent more likely to divorce, compared to secular Americans.

The following chart shows the relative risk of divorce by religious affiliation among Protestant, Catholic and Jewish adherents. (Wilcox controlled for other socio-economic factors that impact marital health, thus providing a clearer, cleaner measure of the actual religious dynamic on marriage.)

Professor Scott Stanley from the University of Denver, working with an absolute all-star team of leading sociologists on the Oklahoma Marriage Study, explains that couples with a vibrant religious faith had more and higher levels of the qualities couples need to avoid divorce.

“Whether young or old, male or female, low-income or not, those who said that they were more religious reported higher average levels of commitment to their partners, higher levels of marital satisfaction, less thinking and talking about divorce and lower levels of negative interaction. These patterns held true when controlling for such important variables as income, education, and age at first marriage.”

These positive factors translated into actual lowered risk of divorce among active believers.

“Those who say they are more religious are less likely, not more, to have already experienced divorce. Likewise, those who report more frequent attendance at religious services were significantly less likely to have been divorced.”

The Take-Away

The divorce rates of Christian believers are not identical to the general population– not even close. Being a committed, faithful believer makes a measurable difference in marriage.

Saying you believe something or merely belonging to a church, unsurprisingly, does little for marriage. But the more you are involved in the actual practice of your faith in real ways– through submitting yourself to a serious body of believers, learning regularly from scripture, being in communion with God though prayer individually and with your spouse and children, and having friends and family around us who challenge us to take our marriage’s seriously– the greater difference this makes in strengthening both the quality and longevity of our marriages. Faith does matter and the leading sociologists of family and religion tell us so.

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FAQs

Do Christians have the highest rate of divorce? ›

Among all born again Christians, which includes evangelicals, the divorce figure was 32%, which was statistically identical to the 33% figure among non-born again adults, the research group noted.
...
More Christians Divorce Than Non-Believers According To Statistics.
Population SegmentHave Been DivorcedNo. of Interviews
Conservative28%1343
Moderate33%1720
Liberal37%474
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19 Jul 2018

Which religion has the highest divorce rate in world? ›

Across gender, the disparity is wider (most men remarry but women can't, hence the disparity). For every 1,000 married Hindu women, 2.6 are divorced, while for 1,000 married Muslim women, 5.6 of them are divorced. As for men, the ratio is almost the same (1.5 for Hindu men and 1.6 for Muslim men).

Do religious people have higher divorce rates? ›

Without controls for age at marriage or an indicator for premarital cohabitation, women with a religious upbringing do have slightly lower likelihoods of divorce. As shown4 in Figure 4, the annual divorce rate among married women with a nonreligious upbringing is around 5%. For religious women, it's around 4.5%.

What percentage of Christians are divorced? ›

The Pew Research Center found Protestant individuals (anyone who identified themselves as non-Catholic, but Christian) included 74% of all Christians, and had a divorce rate of approximately 51 percent out of a sampling of 4,752 individuals.

Is divorce higher in the church? ›

For nearly 50 years, people who attend church regularly marry at much higher rates and, for a majority of the population, those who attend church frequently also divorce at lower rates than the rest of the population. Both marriage and church attendance have been in decline in the United States since 1970.

Do Christians have a higher divorce rate than atheists? ›

5, 2014) -- Despite their strong pro-family values, evangelical Christians have higher than average divorce rates -- in fact, being more likely to be divorced than Americans who claim no religion, according to findings as cited by researchers from Baylor University.

Which religion has lowest divorce? ›

Among the six major religious communities in India, Jain and Sikh women have the lowest separation or divorce rates at 6.3 per 1,000 ever married women.

Why is the church not in favor of divorce? ›

The Philippine Catholic Church has strongly opposed the measure, calling it “anti-marriage and anti-family.” The catechism of the Catholic Church considers divorce a “grave offense” against natural law as “it claims to break the contract, to which the spouses freely consented, to live with each other 'till death.” It ...

Who gets divorced the most? ›

Wives are the ones who most often file for divorce at 66 percent on average. That figure has soared to nearly 75 percent in some years.

What religions are against divorce? ›

Christianity and Divorce
  • Protestantism: While it advocates against divorce whenever possible, many Protestant churches allow divorce if a marriage is beyond repair. ...
  • Catholicism: Since marriage is considered a sacred sacrament, the Catholic Church doesn't believe in divorce and considers it a sin.

What is the divorce rate for pastors? ›

A national survey of Protestant clergy, conducted in 1993 and 1994 by the Hartford Seminary, found that 25% of clergywomen and 20% of clergymen have been divorced at least once.

What religion spread the fastest? ›

Studies in the 21st century suggest that, in terms of percentage and worldwide spread, Islam is the fastest-growing major religion in the world.
...
Contents
  • 1.6 Hinduism.
  • 1.7 Islam. 1.7.1 Modern growth. ...
  • 1.8 Judaism.
  • 1.9 Baháʼí Faith.
  • 1.10 Nonreligious.
  • 1.11 Sikhism.
  • 1.12 Wicca.
  • 1.13 Zoroastrianism.

Which country has the lowest divorce rate? ›

Based upon available data, the country with the lowest divorce rate in the world is Sri Lanka, with a divorce rate of 0.15 divorces per 1,000 residents. Vietnam and Guatemala have the next lowest rate at 0.2 divorces per every 1,000 residents.

Which religion has the highest population in the world? ›

World's largest religion by population is still Christianity | Pew Research Center.

What percentage of Christians marry? ›

Religious groups whose share of married adults is comparable to shares seen in the general population include Catholics (52%) and Orthodox Christians (48%). Of course, there are many factors associated with marriage rates.

Why is divorce high in Russia? ›

One third of Russians named poverty and having no or not enough money the most common reason for people to get divorced, according to a survey from July 2021. The second most popular ground was the lack of mutual understanding between spouses, as per 14 percent of respondents.

Why do Catholics not divorce? ›

The Catholic Church treats all consummated sacramental marriages as permanent during the life of the spouses, and therefore does not allow remarriage after a divorce if the other spouse still lives and the marriage has not been annulled.

Does the Bible support divorce? ›

Jesus specifically allowed divorce for infidelity

Matthew 19:9 (ESV) And I say to you: whoever divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another, commits adultery. Note that Jesus does not say this is the only reason for divorce. We find other reasons for divorce in Scripture.

How does the church view divorce? ›

Divorce has no impact upon your legal status in church law. Even though you and your ex-spouse are obviously living apart from one another after the civil divorce, you're still considered married in church law.

What are hardest years of marriage? ›

The Seventh Year. If you ask couples what the hardest years of marriage are, most will talk about the seven-year itch. A study suggests that most marriages end in divorce after seven years.

What is the number one reason for divorce? ›

According to various studies, the three most common causes of divorce are conflict, arguing, irretrievable breakdown in the relationship, lack of commitment, infidelity, and lack of physical intimacy. The least common reasons are lack of shared interests and incompatibility between partners.

Which church does not allow divorce? ›

The Catholic Church prohibits divorce, and permits annulment (a finding that the marriage was not canonically valid) under a narrow set of circumstances.

Will God bless a second marriage? ›

Historically, Christian traditions haven't agreed on the answer to this question. Catholicism has taught that if a person's first marriage ended in divorce, God won't bless a second one. Many Protestant traditions hold that since there are biblically justifiable grounds for divorce, God can bless a second marriage.

What do Muslims think about divorce? ›

Although it is not encouraged, most Muslims agree that divorce is permitted if a marriage has broken down, and generally Muslims are permitted to re-marry if they so wish. However, there are differences between Muslims about the procedures for divorce and remarriage: Sunni Muslims do not require witnesses.

What is the burnout rate for pastors? ›

Younger pastors are particularly affected by burnout, the study said, noting that “46 percent of pastors under the age of 45 say they are considering quitting full-time ministry, compared to 34 percent of pastors 45 and older.” There were also higher levels of burnout among clergy women, compared with those for men.

What is the divorce rate in 2022? ›

Marriage and divorce are both common experiences for adults, although both can be challenging. About 90% of people in Western cultures marry by age 50. In the United States, about 50% of married couples divorce, the sixth-highest divorce rate in the world.

What is the divorce rate in America? ›

The current divorce rate in the US is 2.9 persons per 1,000 people. Overall, the rate of divorces in America is falling. Divorces amongst people aged 50+ years is rising. Fewer couples choose to marry than pre-1990.

Which is the purest religion? ›

Hinduism. According to the principle scripture of Hinduism, the Bhagavad-gītā, truth is Krishna himself. This is confirmed by Vyasa as stated in the verse, You are the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the ultimate abode, the purest, the Absolute Truth.

Which religion is decreasing in world? ›

The Presbyterian Church has had the sharpest decline in church membership: between 2000 and 2015 they lost over 40% of their congregation and 15.4% of their churches. Infant baptism has also decreased; nationwide, Catholic baptisms are down by nearly 34%, and ELCA baptisms by over 40%.

Which religion will rule the world in 2050? ›

Over the next four decades, Christians will remain the largest religious group, but Islam will grow faster than any other major religion. If current trends continue, by 2050 … The number of Muslims will nearly equal the number of Christians around the world.

Which country is No 1 in divorce? ›

Luxembourg: 87 per cent

And right now, it's also the top country with the highest divorce rate in the world.

What country doesn't have divorce? ›

Every nation in the world allows its residents to divorce under some conditions except the Philippines (though Muslims in the Philippines have the right to divorce) and the Vatican City, an ecclesiastical sovereign city-state, which has no procedure for divorce.

Which country has the highest divorce rate 2022? ›

Below are the countries that have the most divorces:
  • Maldives – 5.52 divorces per 1000 people. ...
  • Russia – 4.2 divorces per 1000 people. ...
  • Guam – 4.2 divorces per 1000 people. ...
  • Moldova – 3.7 divorces per 100 people. ...
  • Belarus – 3.4 divorces per 100 people. ...
  • Latvia – 3.1 divorces per 1000 people.
31 Mar 2022

Where is Christianity growing the fastest? ›

Christianity has been estimated to be growing rapidly in South America, Africa, and Asia. In Africa, for instance, in 1900, there were only 8.7 million adherents of Christianity; now there are 390 million, and it is expected that by 2025 there will be 600 million Christians in Africa.

Is there more Muslims than Christians? ›

Overall, there are about 2.3 billion Christians in the world and 1.8 billion Muslims. That gap is expected to narrow by 2060, when Pew Research Center projects there will be 3 billion Christians and nearly 3 billion Muslims. That's because Muslims, on average, are younger and have more children than do Christians.

Who is the No 1 beautiful religion in the world? ›

According to Pew Research Center, Hindus are the second wealthiest and the most educated religious group in the United States. This is one of the reasons why scholars consider Hinduism the most beautiful religion in the world.

What percentage of Christians get married? ›

Marital status by religious group
Religious traditionMarriedDivorced/separated
Mainline Protestant55%12%
Mormon66%7%
Muslim41%8%
Orthodox Christian48%9%
8 more rows

What does Christianity say about divorce? ›

Divorce is mentioned in the Bible, the main source of authority and guidance for Christians, many times. Jesus's teaching on divorce is that it is adultery, which is forbidden in the Ten Commandments, but he did allow for divorce in the case of a partner's infidelity.

What percentage of pastors get divorced? ›

Two-thirds of the clergywomen and 92% of the clergymen were married at the time they responded to the survey. Thirteen percent of the women and 3% of the men were divorced when they filled out their questionnaires.

What religion spread the fastest? ›

Studies in the 21st century suggest that, in terms of percentage and worldwide spread, Islam is the fastest-growing major religion in the world.
...
Contents
  • 1.6 Hinduism.
  • 1.7 Islam. 1.7.1 Modern growth. ...
  • 1.8 Judaism.
  • 1.9 Baháʼí Faith.
  • 1.10 Nonreligious.
  • 1.11 Sikhism.
  • 1.12 Wicca.
  • 1.13 Zoroastrianism.

Which religion has the lowest divorce ratio? ›

Among the six major religious communities in India, Jain and Sikh women have the lowest separation or divorce rates at 6.3 per 1,000 ever married women.

Which country has the lowest divorce rate? ›

Based upon available data, the country with the lowest divorce rate in the world is Sri Lanka, with a divorce rate of 0.15 divorces per 1,000 residents. Vietnam and Guatemala have the next lowest rate at 0.2 divorces per every 1,000 residents.

What religions are against divorce? ›

Christianity and Divorce
  • Protestantism: While it advocates against divorce whenever possible, many Protestant churches allow divorce if a marriage is beyond repair. ...
  • Catholicism: Since marriage is considered a sacred sacrament, the Catholic Church doesn't believe in divorce and considers it a sin.

Why are Catholics against divorce? ›

The Philippine Catholic Church has strongly opposed the measure, calling it “anti-marriage and anti-family.” The catechism of the Catholic Church considers divorce a “grave offense” against natural law as “it claims to break the contract, to which the spouses freely consented, to live with each other 'till death.” It ...

What is the only reason for divorce in the Bible? ›

There are two clear biblical reasons where divorce is allowed. The first one being adultery/sexual immorality. The teachers of the Jewish law, who were the Scribes, Pharisees, and Sadducees, had applied Moses' teaching on divorce in extremely general terms and avoided understanding God's heart on the matter of divorce.

Will God bless a second marriage? ›

Historically, Christian traditions haven't agreed on the answer to this question. Catholicism has taught that if a person's first marriage ended in divorce, God won't bless a second one. Many Protestant traditions hold that since there are biblically justifiable grounds for divorce, God can bless a second marriage.

What is the burnout rate for pastors? ›

Younger pastors are particularly affected by burnout, the study said, noting that “46 percent of pastors under the age of 45 say they are considering quitting full-time ministry, compared to 34 percent of pastors 45 and older.” There were also higher levels of burnout among clergy women, compared with those for men.

What is the divorce rate in 2022? ›

Marriage and divorce are both common experiences for adults, although both can be challenging. About 90% of people in Western cultures marry by age 50. In the United States, about 50% of married couples divorce, the sixth-highest divorce rate in the world.

What percentage of Americans get divorced? ›

Among ever-married adults 20 years and over, 34% of women and 33% of men had ever been divorced; the percentage ever-divorced was highest (about 43%) for adults of both sexes ages 55 to 64. Among ever-married adults 20 years and over, 14% of women had ever been widowed, compared with 6% of men.

Which is the purest religion? ›

Hinduism. According to the principle scripture of Hinduism, the Bhagavad-gītā, truth is Krishna himself. This is confirmed by Vyasa as stated in the verse, You are the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the ultimate abode, the purest, the Absolute Truth.

Which religion is decreasing in world? ›

The Presbyterian Church has had the sharpest decline in church membership: between 2000 and 2015 they lost over 40% of their congregation and 15.4% of their churches. Infant baptism has also decreased; nationwide, Catholic baptisms are down by nearly 34%, and ELCA baptisms by over 40%.

Which religion will rule the world in 2050? ›

Over the next four decades, Christians will remain the largest religious group, but Islam will grow faster than any other major religion. If current trends continue, by 2050 … The number of Muslims will nearly equal the number of Christians around the world.

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