Three Courts, Three Strikes Against Marriage

Three Courts, Three Strikes Against Marriage "The nation’s third smallest state has just found a prominent place on a withering social landscape: Connecticut now becomes the third state to legalize same-sex “marriage.” Not surprisingly, the egregious decision was made not by the will of the people but by the judicial fiat of a court."
"The courts can—and undoubtedly will—continue to strike against marriage. The only sure means to keep courts from reducing marriage to rubble is to pass an amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Until that day, pro-family Americans should lend their support to the passage of state marriage amendments. Some can vote in November. Others can give toward those efforts. All can pray." Posted using ShareThis
Dr. Albert Mohler comments on the gay marriage trend, expanding more on California's Proposition 8 to "define marriage as the union of a man and a woman -- period" and a recent field trip of San Fransico 1st graders to participate in their teacher's lesbian wedding.
Some other troubling developments this week...
Chicago is planning on opening the "School for Social Justice Pride Campus" for its gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students.
A woman music elementary school teacher in California returned to campus this Fall with surgery and other superficial attempts to appear to have a new gender as a man. The school failed to inform any parents because of "privacy rights."

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