While Dr. Mohler is correct that one cannot have it all, I find it interesting he then insinuates that those not wedding by the time they are 21 have made the wrong decision.
Does he care to take on C.S. Lewis and the choices the famed author made?
Seems to me he led a productive life without procreating or spreading his seed indiscriminately upon coming to Christ.
Frankly, why should either a man or a woman have to settle for an inferior partner just to have children?
For a woman, is a child worth the price being a beaten spouse; for a man, is reproducing worth the price of wedding a shrew who will later leave you, hose you for child support payments beyond anything you can afford, and then conspire to keep you from seeing your kids when its suppose to be your weekend according to the custody agreement?
by Frederick Meekins