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Guest Opinion: Religious Freedom & 'Gay Marriage' Cannot Coexist Comments

If you are a Christian in today's America, you too will almost certainly find yourself with a similar decision to make. When man's law violates God's law, you will have to choose which to obey. Choosing God can mean persecution. I've made my choice. How will you choose? Continue Reading

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  1. Kenneth Edwards
    1 year ago

    Thank you sir, for your concise and articulate argument against the growing gay-movement.
    The fact of the matter you pointed out is correct. Christians, specifically Catholics must grow weary and develop a back-bone to fight what is an undeniable attack on Christianity and the holy family itself. The devil has perverted souls to defend lust versus humility and has in doing so, destroyed the possibilities of the unborn who would have been concieved faithful to God's natural law and that of a holy union in marriage. God help us. To say yes to gay-marriage is to sanctify it, which will never happen by vote and voice. Sin cannot be acquiesced in the slightest way and vices must be addressed as so. What is horrifying to me is how I have to explain the consequences of support this dismal tide to other Catholics and Christians, who argue in support of gay-marriage, especially since I am no saint. Thank you again.

  2. Michael G. Brecciano
    1 year ago

    Dear Matt,
    You did a fine job both articulating and explicating what, for many, is such a confusing subject. Liberalism and moral relativism have so drastically altered the culture and collective mindset that even the acknowledgement of truth is up for debate. Such license to call anything whatever one wishes regardless of the truth is reprehensible and most destructive. "If dark is light and light is dark, how very dark will the darkness be!"

    May all resist the dictaorship of liberlaism and see the light of truth.

    God bless and continue to fight the good fight,

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