A page on the University of Dayton’s website recommends that students avoid using gendered language, including “husband” and “wife.”
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There are thousands upon thousands of articles out there giving advice on marriage. Here are my four favorite musings on the beauty of marriage.
Teri O’Brien hosted BarbWire.com Founder Matt Barber this last Sunday to discuss Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and traditional marriage versus the push for same-sex marriage.
The homosexual marriage vote in Australia was only announced a few days ago, but we already see where all this is taking us.
We’re going to be talking about Kim Davis and her trip to Romania with Harry Mihet, our Vice President for Legal Affairs for Liberty Counsel.
Harry Mihet, our Vice President for Legal Affairs, Kim Davis traveled to Romania to speak in favor of religious freedom and traditional marriage.
Harry Mihet visited Romania with Kim Davis to issue a warning and to encourage people there to go to the polls for the issue of marriage.
The Lying Left told us that a fetus was not a person. They told us that love has no gender and that holding fast to the standard of Biblical marriage is hateful.
The way things are going, I really need to write a book featuring all those who lost their jobs for daring to stand up for heterosexual marriage.
Many folks are so wedded to secular libertarian thought, that when classical conservatism and biblical Christianity clash with it, they will dump these two any day of the week.
Marriage: Those who do not allow hurt to entrap them can turn brokenness into an unbreakable force…
Last week, a lot of folks asked me if it was true that Israel refused to allow two fully Jewish, Messianic Jewish Israelis to get married because of their faith.
Mark Poidevin had the courage to appear on a strongly pro-homosexual radio station, Wave FM 96.5. He shocked the two hosts of the show when he said they did not want marriage.
Every now and then you will happen upon an article or talk made by someone claiming to be a conservative that seeks to argue that homosexual marriage is somehow a conservative value. Let me cut to the quick: no, it is not a conservative value, and the person trying to make that case is very likely not a real conservative.
We would not have the institution of marriage if it were not for the fact that human sexuality is directly related to the possibility of procreation.
We are now in the midst of yet another battle over real marriage versus fake marriage, and as is always the case, the other side seeks to make its case by copious amounts of falsehoods.
The view of sex as the intimate union between a man and woman brought together by marriage under God has largely been lost.
Traditional marriage is good for individuals all the way around. Numerous studies show it’s good for your spiritual health, your mental health…
Kim Davis, and Rowan County where she serves, are not liable for attorney’s fees, but Judge Bunning ultimately ruled that the Commonwealth of Kentucky will liable for her attorney’s fees.
The movement among Blue State Republicans is to abandon social issues, or cultural concerns. They are too divisive, and make it more difficult for conservatives to appeal to the “young generation.”
We must defend marriage as the union of one man and one woman. More broadly, we need a renaissance of marriage if our civilization is to survive.
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
Is science even science anymore? Do they ever tell the truth? We’ve already seen this in regard to Global Warming – suppressing some data, overemphasizing other data: all justified in the name of the good cause of Saving the Planet.
How relevant this is as we approach Father’s Day. Oswald Chambers writes in My Utmost for His Highest, “An unguarded strength is a double weakness.”
It certainly wasn’t their intent, but Ben and Jerry’s, the famous, specialty ice cream company, has given us further evidence that same-sex “marriage” is not marriage.
Self-marriage is the newest anti-marriage fad: a wedding without the central ingredient that gives marriage its beauty: a sexually complementary couple.
There are consequences for past mistakes, but the answer is to live in God’s arms redeemed rather than to live broken outside of His will.
When Georgia congressional candidate Jon Ossoff was asked if he lived in the district in which he was running for office, he explained, “I’ve been living with my girlfriend for 12 years now down by Emory University.
A whopping 76% of young Americans believe that living together before marriage is fine. Sixty-five percent of “altar bound” singles – many of whom identify as “Christians” – live together before marriage.
The request to have a marriage with a laptop and a parrot has been thrown out. The case against Kim Davis has been dismissed.