I see Orthodox and Hasidic rabbis advising couples where adultery has been committed against the other not to get divorced or not to take that attitude immediately, to dialogue, to find out how far this relationship can be fixed. My question is, doesn't Judaism demand immediate divorce in case of adultery even if the innocent party forgives the adulterer? Or when they speak is it more directed towards gentiles? Don't the Gentiles have something similar? Has anything changed in the approach to adultery? Did it stop being that sin as if it were something of no return? Even if today it is not possible to apply capital punishment, did this mean that the adulterer could have a new chance even if the penalty is now in the hands of heaven?