The question of whether we will see Josh and Anna Duggar divorce is not really a question. Of course not, because they don't believe in such things.
In fact, according to their controversial religious doctrine, Anna is even shouldering some of the blame for her husband going horribly astray.
Oh yes ... the Duggars' teachings implicitly put the burden on Anna for Josh being a child molester, adulterer, porn addict and hypocritical douche.
Don't believe us? Just ask the family pastor how he feels about it all.
Ronnie Floyd addressed the Ashley Madison hack that exposed Josh in his Sunday morning sermon, saying morality is under "attack."
Josh is the victim, he insinuates, of hormones and our sick world.
"This sexual revolution is altering mindsets, undermining the family, influencing the culture and is a mockery to Biblical truth," he lamented.
[In light of the Ashley Madison hack] we're in a sexual epidemic of unprecedented proportions in this country. Nothing is secret now nor will it ever be."
"Adultery, being sexually or emotionally unfaithful to your spouse, that's wrong. Some of you are on the other end of someone else's destruction."
We know, we know, that actually sounds thought provoking, introspective and level-headed, enough to make you ponder a lot of things.
But then he re-framed the entire situation.
Basically, in Floyd's view, the only way to stop this sort of thing is to make sure your partner is satisfied. Thus, he blames the victim:
"If a husband or wife fails to keep his or her partner happy sexually they are opening themselves up to the attack of the enemy."
"And that enemy is going to take your spouse away from you."
"Both men and woman," Floyd goes on to add, are going to "have their sexual needs met by someone, somewhere, somehow."
Bottom line, according to this voice of wisdom: Josh using Ashley Madison is pretty much the result of Anna not f--king him enough.
Maybe if she liked to give oral sex, or were more experimental (two items on Josh's cheating partner wish list), he would've been loyal.
Who knows, but in Bizarro Duggarworld, she should be ashamed.
Anna should be sitting at home, with the four kids she's given Josh in less than eight years, wondering where she went wrong, thinking:
"Man, my husband molested his own sisters, lived a deceitful double life and is a lying sexual deviant, so ... it's probably all my fault."
No wonder Anna's Duggar just tore Josh a new one.