Time to stand up for marriage

May 24, 2015 by

by Steve Hilton (PM’s close friend and former guru), Mailonline: Since the late Sixties, increasingly vocal liberal thinking has held that families come in all shapes and sizes, so the state should avoid promoting any one model as the best structure for bringing up children. Any belief in the virtue of traditional, stable family life has come to be seen not only as an outdated prejudice, but even a form of stigmatisation against single or unmarried parents. This approach has been...

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The Father gives us all away in marriage to Christ through the power of His Holy Spirit!

May 22, 2015 by

by Edmund Adamus, Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster, Office of Marriage and Family Life. We are finally on the eve of Pentecost, that great outpouring of the Holy Spirit so often referred to as “the birthday of the Church”. If the descent of the Holy Spirit was the birthing of the Church then that means the great act of all consuming love of Christ on the cross was the consummation which, supernaturally speaking, brings about the conception of the Church. Yes at the very moment...

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Modest Conscience Protections in Louisiana Elicit Hysteria

May 13, 2015 by

by  Adam J. MacLeod, Public Discourse: The Louisiana Marriage and Conscience Act is timely, necessary, and well-justified. If passed, it will help preserve the State of Louisiana’s commitment to freedoms of conscience, religion, and expression. In Louisiana, a new bill has been proposed to protect those who have suffered unjust government discrimination. Opponents are demonizing the bill’s supporters and calling them names, misrepresenting the contents of the proposal, using scare tactics, and...

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Stand being taken by Irish clergy on faithfulness to Scriptural teaching on marriage

May 6, 2015 by

From Reform Ireland: Open letter of Anglican Evangelical clergy on marriage. As faithful members of the Church of Ireland we wish to reaffirm the historical orthodox teaching of the Church concerning marriage and to refute the erroneous teaching espoused in recent days by some senior clergy within our denomination on this issue.  The teaching of Holy Scripture is plain, simple and clear on this issue and at General Synod in 2012 the synod overwhelmingly affirmed this teaching by resolving,...

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Supreme Court Debates Meaning of Marriage and Consequences of Judicial Redefinition

Apr 30, 2015 by

by  Ryan T. Anderson, Public Discourse Rather than rush to a fifty-state “solution” on marriage policy for the entire country, the Supreme Court should allow the laboratories of democracy the time and space to see how redefining marriage will impact society as a whole. Tuesday’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court were excellent. There were so many good points made about what marriage is and why redefining marriage would cause harms. This serious consideration of the harms of marriage...

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A fresh breeze is blowing

Apr 29, 2015 by

By Brian Brown, NOM: What a difference a few days can make. There’s a new breeze blowing and it sure is refreshing. First, NOM was able to bring an estimated 15,000 people to Washington DC this past Saturday for the March for Marriage, where we loudly and proudly demonstrated to the justices of the Supreme Court, the media and opinion leaders that the American people continue to support marriage and they expect their votes and values to be respected. Then yesterday at the Supreme Court...

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