May 19, 2008 by Stacy McDonald

Celebration or Abomination?

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“We live in dangerous times of societal change. And we are on a very slippery slope. If this attack on marriage succeeds, what is next? Incest? Polygamy? Pedophilia? Bestiality? By the “logic” used to legalize homosexual marriage, it will not be long until any deviant behavior is seen as normal in the eyes of the State.” Read the whole article on my husband’s blog.
“The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry.” – William F. Buckley, Jr.

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7 Responses to “Celebration or Abomination?”

  1. Linda says:

    In much of society commitment is already out the window. Recreational dating is “in”, and courtship is “old-fashioned”.

    The way they deal with same-sex marriage and those who speak against it is both sad and hypocritical. They don’t want people speaking against homosexuals in a negative way, but they can do whatever they want, otherwise we’re being discriminatory? Since when does that work?

  2. Martha A. says:

    If this is legal, they actually have negated any legal recourse they can have on polygamists, because they should be free to have meaningful relationships with whoever they want to as long as it is in the privacy of their own home……
    It makes me feel sick to my stomach

  3. Anonymous says:

    Our pastor recently stated that laws are now trying to be passed which state that if he preached out against same sex marriage that he can be sued or even jailed. Oh quickly come, Lord Jesus!
    Ruth, PA

  4. Anonymous says:

    I guess anything goes as long as it’s not staying home being a wife and mother and letting God control the size of your family.

  5. Jennifer says:

    Thank you for this, Stacy. I recall speaking against homosexual marriage in college class before, during a debate experience, and I brought up the slippery-slope point and how this could lead to polygamy, as one example. People acted like I was largely exaggerating, including my teacher. Haven’t they been paying attention to society? There are people who support porn, for pity’s sake. I wouldn’t be the least surprised if, twenty years from now, stars of X-rated films march to court hoping for some sort of legal arrangement for their group-lust. If that happens, I have to say, it’ll be all I can do to avoid marching to my teacher’s office and saying “Told you so!”

  6. Anonymous says:

    We have separation of church and state in the United States of America. Legal marriage passes on certain rights to couples. That couple may or may not also wish to partake of marriage as a sacrament through their church.

    Legalizing gay marriage will give the same legal/state benefits to homosexuals–homosexuals who vote and pay taxes and should not be discriminated against. It will not mean that churches must perform marriages for them if they don’t wish to do so.

    To the poster who said her pastor said they are trying to pass laws where he could be sued or jailed for preaching against same sex marriage–please find a source for us. Such a law would violate freedom or religion and freedom of speech, and would never hold up in an American court.

  7. Diana says:

    The “Hate” Law can restrict what is said from the pulpit. If you are speaking out against same sex marriage in a church that has not-for-profit status (most of the churches do have this status with the government), you can be charged with breaking the law because it is considered hate speech against that lifestyle. We may see more “home” churches established to avoid this.

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