4 comments for “A strong argument against same-sex marriage

  1. Rhona
    22 July 2012 at 3:55 pm

    I’m not sure that this argument would work. I was aghast to note that an Italian Catholic priest had refused to marry a couple where the husband to be was physically disabled and the wife was an able-bodied woman. Why? Because they couldn’t have children.

    (And yes, I was disgusted at his conduct. One hopes the Vatican reprimands the priest in question and sacks him from that church!)

  2. B Wheeler
    23 July 2012 at 9:47 pm

    Same sex “marriage” in reality can never be a marriage as marriage is between oposite sexs. God created the entire universe and men and women for the sole reason to fill heaven with the number to replace the number of angels who followed Lucifer and are now condemned to hell.
    God also created marriage as the fulfillment of this by the procreation of children.
    Same sex relationships deny this and are a refusal to follow God’s plan and for this reason such relationships are condemned and the participants are so judged on Judgement day, unless they are converted from their unlawful (in God’s eyes) state. In other words they eventually suffer the consequences of their unlawful acts.

  3. David Favel
    24 July 2012 at 3:09 am

    B Wheeler – I think the last census placed christianity at less than half the population. That would include my wife who ticked anglican, but only because that was her mothers religion.
    Do you plan to ban marriage between infertile couples?
    What about marriage after menopause?

    Really seems a bit bigoted to me…

  4. Rocky
    30 July 2012 at 3:04 am

    Exactly David. All arguments against same-sex marriage fall to the default positions of God or procreation. You cannot make laws in a democracy that put your personal god above others, this is unfair to all other religious peoples and atheists. Also if the christian god was anything to go by you would be allowed to do the following http://tinyurl.com/7ev2qme

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