So the skeptic trusts a questionable survey without question from a Christian organization. Fascinating.
Why is it questionable, in your view?
Mostly because the results are out of sync with what I actually see, and I've seen enough flawed surveys not to blindly trust these kind of statistics.
Maybe for someone with a bias, but christians are people too, you know, and people make mistakes.
I'll reword the argument I made earlier then. Assuming that all the groups get married at the same rate, if 45% of Christian marriages involve infidelity, the implication is that at least 1/3 of all marriages in America involve infidelity. That's not even counting non-Christians.
How is it questionable? It was a survey conducted by Christians. Why would they give such high numbers? One would think they'd give low numbers, not high ones.
More of that flawless logic I see.
For starters, the site you linked has a motive in trying to warn people about the dangers of porn.