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Why the Battle for Family Must Go On

David3036 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 3:04 AM
I see you, too, have swallowed that "2000" years line of BS, but it is SO untrue. Through the ages various societies have more often accepted polygamy than required monogamy. Marriage “norms” have included arranged marriages, “purchased” wives, child marriages, slave marriages, forced marriages of widows to their brothers-in law -- and, yes, same-sex marriages in medieval Europe, Japan and China, and among native tribes in Africa and the Americas. Both Chinese and Sudanese cultures allow for marrying dead people. The Nga people of Tibet, whose culture dates back to at least the Ming Dynasty, have no marriage at all. Children are raised and educated in a matrilinial society with no regard or concern for who their fathers are.
In the wake of the U.S. elections, the onslaught of war in the Middle East, and the seemingly endless attacks on the family both here and abroad, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. And if we’re not careful, it’s then easy to adopt of posture of indifference and give up the fight.

Yet in the darkest hour, or what appears to be the darkest hour, it’s remarkable how God sends a reminder that all is not lost, that evil will not triumph, and that the family is still revered.

This was seen over the weekend as hundreds of...