One only has to look through a few comments on websites, Left or Right, to see that the lesbian lawsuit for breach of warranty and wrongful birth over a mixed race baby has struck a very negative chord. Decent people, Right and Left, feel all wrong about a mother suing the sperm bank because she didn't get the child she ordered.
I certainly agree that it is all wrong. I just want to put the blame squarely where it belongs. Not on the sperm bank for "medical malpractice." Not on the lesbian mother for saying, "I'm not going to let them get away with not being held accountable."
No, I place the blame on the Elites who have imagined, sustained and defended the Sexual Revolutionary ideology. This ideology is indefensible, unsustainable and is causing unimaginable misery. more >>
In what sounded more like a gay activist screed in a high-school publication than a serious editorial in a major newspaper, the Charlotte Observer has officially declared war on people of faith and conservative moral values, mocking those who believe there is the slightest rational reason to resist the radical redefinition of marriage.
Making no attempt to hide its disdain for the conservative, historic position, and gleefully mocking the views of the majority of North Carolinians, the editorial begins with three sentences ending in exclamation points – when is the last time you have seen that in a major editorial? – deriding the idea that there could be any negative consequences to redefining marriage.
In fact, after scorning a circumspect quote from Tony Perkins on Monday's Supreme Court decision not to hear several cases addressing the redefining of marriage, the Observer states, "All that's missing is Bill Murray in the movie 'Ghostbusters' predicting 'a disaster of biblical proportions … human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together … mass hysteria!'" more >>
A day after a federal court struck down bans against gay marriage in the states of Nevada and Idaho, sparking celebration in the gay community, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy temporarily blocked that ruling Wednesday morning.
The Associated Press reported Wednesday that Justice Kennedy made the order an hour after Idaho filed an emergency request seeking an immediate stay of the federal court ruling that would have required the state to start issuing same-sex marriage license about 10 minutes after their request was filed.
Nevada was also expected to start issuing same-sex marriage licenses later Wednesday. more >>
This loving man Christian wanted to do something super special for the love of his life. His girlfriend Jennifer was definitely never expecting this when she went to the grocery store.
Christian set up a flash mob and a surprise proposal to her during the flash mob. He also staged a surprise wedding! They got married in front of complete strangers at a shopping center and couldn't be any happier.
Watch this epic flash mob below: more >>
Monday's unexpected Supreme Court ruling not to get involved in the national debate over same-sex marriage is expected to eventually bring the number of states where gay marriage is legal to 30 as lower court rulings in support of the practice are allowed to stand.
Conservative groups criticized the Court's decision for letting stand lower court decisions that overturned state-level marriage laws approved by voters in those states.
Prior to Monday's decision, 19 states and Washington, D.C., permitted same-sex marriages. Highlighting the national picture on same-sex marriage, USA Today noted that the Supreme Court's decision on Monday left in place lower court rulings legalizing gay marriage in 11 additional states. more >>
In my previous post, I looked at different ways the Enemy attacks the family of a pastor. Among those ways was pastors who have affairs.
Too many families of pastors are torn apart because of these affairs. And too many churches are left reeling with the consequences in their own congregations.
What can a pastor do to affair-proof his marriage? I've had the opportunity to talk with a number of pastors whose marriages seem to be healthy. They are certainly long lived; the most recently married of the pastors to whom I spoke has been married 31 years. The longest marriage in my sample group was 41 years. more >>