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Why the Battle for Family Must Go On

Scot62 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 5:23 AM
This assumes that 'gayness' is inherited, instead of being a behaviour, whether chosen or not. Since the only way it could be inherited is for homosexuals to go against their nature, by engaging in heterosexual behaviour, it stands to reason that this is not how it is passed on. You can't have it both ways. Either, you are born that way--in which case, the disorder would have been evoluntionarily weeded out as counterproductive way before now, or you choose to act that way, and define yourself by your behaviour (in the same way that a drunk defines himself as an alcoholic, focusing solely on his drinking behaviour), in which case, your behaviour goes against what nature has determined is right (heterosexual behaviour perpetuates the spec
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...