Many Christian evangelical leaders are deeply concerned about the health of marriages in America.
The National Association of Evangelicals published its July Evangelical Leaders Survey, which found that most pastors and ministry leaders saw unfaithfulness as the greatest problem.
That was followed by cohabitation, divorce, and same-sex marriage.
"When God created Adam and Eve he said that his creation was very good. That included their marriage," Leith Anderson, NAE president, said. "Sadly, God's gift of marriage is being undermined by too many bad choices by American couples."
Anderson said that no one particular threat to marriage dominated the poll.
"We need a revival of marriage commitments of one man to one woman for a lifetime," he said.