In the April 1, 2008 edition of the Albert Mohler program, the host lambasts the trend in Italy where fewer men (a title Mohler himself denies them) are getting married in favor of remaining in their parent's home.
Since a marriage is made up of two partners, is Mohler "man" enough to also criticize young women also for being partly responsible for this trend as so few of them are fit partners these days either.
Maybe if more of them showed more of an interest in homemaking rather than tattoos and boozing, young men would be more inclined to marry.
Provided these young men in question have jobs and keep their pants on, I don't really see where they reside being a matter for the clergy. Perhaps Mohler thinks he's better than the likes of Issac who did not wed until his 40's.
by Frederick Meekins