Earlier today I found the blog of Thomas Umstattd, Jr (from my church in Austin). One entry in particular caught my eye. You should go give it a read.
I have no opinion about his observations on demographics, but he has some wonderfully challenging insights. Some of the good stuff:
Finding a wife is not like shopping. It’s not about comparing the features between disposable products. No one is perfect. Marriage is about finding someone to grow with, not someone to consume.
My goal is to become the kind of man who will attract the kind of woman that I want to marry.
We must lower our external standards and raise our internal standards if we ever wan to walk away from this problem.
Frank Turk (aka centuri0n) also added a comment earlier today, connecting things with the high call for husbands to Christ-like sacrificial love, in Eph 5.