Traditional Marriage

I write this blog to express my views on traditional marriage.  I have very strong religious beliefs about the sanctity and divine nature of marriage – that it was established by God between a man and a woman and that it is essential (as defined by Him) to his plan for our happiness.  I also believe that marriage as traditionally defined by society for thousands of years is a sort of unwritten social contract.  That a man and a woman make a committment to use their powers of pro-creation in a way beneficial to society, e.g. to bring children into the world in a environment which is most likely to facilitate their development into upstanding and trustworthy citizens in the future; in turn society accords a unique recognition of this relationship by calling it marriage.  Either way you view it, traditional marriage between a man and a woman is the bedrock of society and it is imperative that we protect and preserve it.


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2 Responses to “Traditional Marriage”

  1. beetlebabee Says:

    Kids are being taught about gay marriage in our schools. This story is from today.’s bank account is empty, we need to make donations to respond to the lies the opposition is telling us.

  2. beetlebabee Says:

    Individuals with same sex attraction have no right to impose their moral views on our children. ESPECIALLY without our consent. It’s more than just “love” at stake here. I think it’s important to recognize the human rights of the children involved. France rejected same sex marriage because it trampled the rights that children have to a mother and a father. Their pursuit of self interest at all costs is selfish. Making our children be exposed to same sex marriage ideas corrupts their impressionable minds.

    MONTREAL, March 20, 2006 ( – In late January, a 30 member parliamentary commission of the French National Assembly published a 453 page Report on the Family and the rights of Children, which rejected same-sex marriage.

    DeSerres, told “Referring to the rights of children as a human rights issue, the report argued that children ‘now have rights and to systematically give preference to adult aspirations over respect for these rights is not possible any more.’”

    In the report, the commission says that “the child represents the future of society.” The commission asks legislators to make sure that “children, confronted with mutations in family models, be fully taken into account and not suffer from situations imposed upon them by adults.” It adds: “The interest of the child must take precedence over adults’ exercise of their freedom (…) including with regards to parents’ lifestyle choices.”

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