Why Gay Marriage Is Not a Right

The favorite justification for nearly any progressive initiative is that "it's for the children."  Surprisingly, though, when it comes to the culture war over homosexual marriage, you'll never hear children mentioned in the various arguments advanced by proponents. Yet homosexual (or gay) marriage truly is all about children, and we'll see why shortly. But first, no matter how you feel about religion in general or conservative Christians in particular, I think most civilized people would agree with the following excerpt from the recently publicized Manhattan Declaration by a coalition of Catholic and Protestant clergymen: Vast human experience confirms that marriage is the original and most important institution for sustaining the health, education, and welfare of all persons in a society. No doubt many gay Americans would agree.  Which is why, perhaps, they would say they are entitled to the same recognition and governmentally conferred benefits as married...(Read Full Article)

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