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US Supreme Court To Hear Cases on Changing What Can Never Be a Marriage Into a Marriage Comments

True marriage is the preeminent and the most fundamental of all human social institutions. It is a relationship defined by nature and protected by the natural law that binds all men and women. It finds its foundation in the order of creation. Civil institutions do not create marriage nor can they create a right to marry for those who are incapable of marriage. Continue Reading

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  1. abey
    1 year ago

    The Bow across the sky is a sign unto God Himself as a remembrance to not destroying the earth with water but when people like the gay activists in all their unholy & false agendas start to wave the colors of the very sign is but making God to remember the iniquity of man like it was at the time of Noe, to the very words of Jesus, for the testimony of Jesus is the Spirit of Prophecy, to know that God is not to be mocked at, but first must come the transgressions into its fulness.

  2. Micah
    1 year ago

    I can't stress enough that I think it is time for the Church to take back the Marriage from a secular state that is intent on redefining it. We need to stop condoning civil marriages and emphasize that marriage is a Sacrament to be officiated and defined by the Church or at least a religious body. It is not the state's business, and we need to tell them as much.

  3. Jen De
    1 year ago

    God's argument relying on Natural Law is right. Your argument in your article is wrong. The State does not have authority to define marriage. Only God will define marriage. He God defines marriage with love and life. That gift of life, in Nature, is given to a Man and a Woman. That "marriage" is something that the Government has no authority over. As a result, it can not incentivize or benefit any Citizen for any conduct. The argument that will "win" in this Country is based on changing people's perception on the Life and the Liberty that God has given us. God will judge in the end if we use our Life and Liberties according to His will. The Government may not judge nor incentivize or benefit. It has no authority.


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