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SATURDAY, NOV 27, 2010  |  3 comments  |  1 commentary
Deleting Facebook Not Answer to Infidelity, Says Texas Pastor
Preventing faithlessness in marriage involves more than deleting a Facebook account, according to Fred Lydbrand, a pastor of 25 years.

In fact, he says that forcing a spouse to extinguish their Facebook presence or do something against his or her will could be more harmful than helpful to the marriage.

"The real solution is for two people to be in relationship because they are freely in it," says Lydbrand, who's been married for 28 years. "Control and manipulation covers the love and then next thing you know they are looking for it somewhere else." ...


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Well said Rick!
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Rufus | Fort Worth, Texas  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Great comments Rick My family eliminated our televisions over 3 years ago. We have survived and thrived without them and as you experienced we have talked more, and read more.
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Preventing faithlessness in marriage involves more than deleting a Facebook account,

Agreed. But doensn't all of this reaction sound like christians are trying too hard to protect their new idol of technology. Seems like if you even suggest that the use of cell phones texting, computers, and ect. should be moderated by biblical principles, that people start getting nervous. They immediatly start crying "Legalism" and state how all thechnology belongs to God anyway.

It seems to me that from the T.V to the Texting, that most people are guarding it so closly, and making sure nobody says anything negative about the use of it, because, just like the drug addict, they want to protect whatever they have made an idol of, or are addicted to.
Yes ultimatly all technology belongs to God, just as all material substance belongs to Him, yet the use and misuse of it is something to be avioded. After hurricane Katrina we lost everything, and when we were rebuilding we did not get another T.V. When the people at church heard about it, they wnated us to huury and get another one; quicky and quietly, lest anyone thought we were weird. Eventually we did. But we were fine without it, and we didn't die. We actually talked to one another more, and read more-Real Books printed on Paper.

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