What is the Biblical view of divorce? Is it permissible at all? If so, when?

Questions and problems around divorce are important for Bible believers.

This is not a matter to take lightly, it is serious business.  
We are dealing with the breaking of vows made before God as well as men and a union made by God.  Any attempt to bring correction to this type of problem will bring resistance and more often than not rejection and hatred for a time.  However, the rewards are well worth it in my opinion.  First this study applies to those who have divorced for non-biblical reasons and plan to get remarried. This study is based on a specific case other situations may require further study.  We start after the”hard line” has been chosen and the questions begin to get raised.  The “hard line” is in reference to the exact words of the Bible as found in (Matt. 5&19, Mark 10, and I Cor. 5&7).  Anyone who divorces their spouse for any other reason except unfaithfulness must remain single, unless they are reconciled.  If they do remarry it is sin and cannot be supported by attendance of the wedding and reception, but they are to be treated as an unbeliever and we are not to “associate” with them until they reach a point of repentance.  Repentance showing evidence in the fruits of a change in heart.  Each situation has to be judged by itself, this is not situational ethics.  Each sin has its own consequences therefore each case must be handled differently.

An in-depth examination of the topic "Divorce & Remarriage" by Loie Bergsma   (View & download notes for this teaching)

This is a very important topic which Christians need to understand. 
Proverbs 18:13 "He who answers a matter before he hears the facts - it is folly and shame to him."

This  is a more extensive study on this important subject 'Study on Divorce & Remarriage ' by Loie Bergsma

There are other resources you may want to look at on this important subject .
Much of the Bible was written in Hebrew and it is important to (see and consider) how certain passages are understood differently when read in the original Hebrew language.  We have attached a video of a discussion with some Hebrew scholars who have personally wrestled with accurately translating  some of these key passages about divorce from Hebrew into the (NIV) English Bible.
'What is the Biblical view of divorce?'