Facebook ruins marriages, pastor says Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Nov. 18 2010, 1:12 PM EST Last updated Thursday, Jan. 20 2011, 3:20 PM EST A New Jersey pastor is asking his parishioners to drop their facebook accounts. Rev. Cedric Miller says the social networking site is ruining marriages and tearing families apart. Watch More Video: Are 'smart watches' the next big gadget? The biggest scientific moments from 2013 Researchers find a new way to text using vodka (no phones involved) Satellite bound for Milky Way launches in French Guiana This mall in Thailand was most photographed place on Instagram in 2013 What's up with Google's interest in robots? Twitter backtracks on blocking policy change Scientists looking for life in the solar system keeping a close eye on this moon How this CEO built $1-billion startup in Ottawa Newtown father turns to science to curb violence HootSuite founder aims to inspire young entrepreneurs Snow geese flock from Siberia to spend winter near Vancouver Make your cellphone worthless to thieves Which batteries work the best? Top games from 2013 to add to your Christmas list Chris Hadfield gives free lecture to packed house in Waterloo Flying, crime-fighting robots featured at innovation show Best and worst Internet trends from 2013 Amazon takes deliveries to new heights, tests drones U.K. retailers gear up for 'cyber Monday' Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Like it or not, Facebook ruins marriages The big Facebook trend of 2010? We've never heard of it Anti-Facebook pastor exposed for different kind of 'social networking'