Sunday, November 02, 2008

Proposition 8 Roundup

Jennifer Roback Morse explains: 8 Is Not Hate.

Maggie Gallagher makes one of the most thoughtful cases for Proposition 8 (and thus, against gay marriage) I think I've ever encountered. It's summary text is as follows:

Marriage between a man and a woman is rooted in our nature--''in biology, not bigotry''--sex between men and women makes babies, society needs babies, and babies need a father as well as a mother. But the proponents of same-sex marriage want the government to declare in law that there is no difference between same-sex and opposite-sex unions, and anyone who thinks otherwise is promoting bigotry. This will have major ramifications for those who believe in marriage in the traditional sense--especially religious citizens and organizations.

Finally, Evangelical Outpost presents an argument in favor of Proposition 8 along with a counter argument in reply. Yay for discourse.

1 comment:

Irv said...

[Here's a different web item. Irv]

Gays are actually speeding up the return of Jesus to earth as Judge! In Luke 17 Jesus discussed two widespread human vices that occurred in a big way in Genesis. He described them as the "days of Noah" (physical violence) and "day of Lot" (sexual perversion). And He predicted that just before His return to earth as the final Judge of mankind, there will be an "unexplained" worldwide resurgence of both vices on an unparalleled scale which will actually be the work of unseen powers Jesus warned about that will brainwash millions! So the sooner gays hurry up and play their predicted role (which could include physical violence), the sooner Jesus will return as their Judge and He will then show the world that only He can establish lasting peace!