When ‘love’ isn’t ‘Love”……refuting secular propaganda

Oct 21, 2017 by

by Gavin Ashenden:

“Love is love.” Well, it may be in English, but it isn’t in Greek. For the most versatile language in the world, it is a surprise that we have one word to cover so many ideas and experiences. The Greeks have four words. It seems obvious to them that there are at least four very different experiences of loving someone. The affectionate bond you feel for a family member isn’t the same as you feel for someone you fancy in the street. Or if is is, you’re in trouble

Linda Baker was the first woman to do it. It was 1993, and she had just reached 40. She decided to marry herself, and had a very cute ceremony.

It was the beginning of a small trend that is set to grow. This autumn, many of our mainstream newsapers have been running stories about women who married themselves.

Same sex marriage was only the beginning; once the defintion For those who find the idea of monogamy boring, there are other variations. Same sex marriage obviously, and polygamy of course. But there are demands for polyamory (mixed partners of indeterminate kinds) and even incest. Patricia and Misty Spann (43 & 25) are a mother and daughter who married each other in Oklahoma. Not quite what the musical famous for “Riding in a Surrey with a fringe on top” had in mind.

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