The Obergefell v. Hodges (same-sex marriage) Mega-Post

Tensions build as Supreme Court readies blockbuster rulings

Wondering which companies champion gay marriage? There’s an app for that

Is sexual orientation a social construct?

NRB President, members take stand for marriage

Russell Moore to parents: Don’t be ashamed of your gay kids, don’t throw them out; that is pride

A world where gay marriage is law of the land

SBC presidents unite, declare stand on marriage

Three things you should know about Southern Baptists’ marriage resolution

Southern Baptists offer 3 points ahead of Supreme Court ruling on marriage

The courage to be on the wrong side of history: Lessons from Burke and Nietzsche

In overheard interview, Jeb Bush mocks Hillary Clinton, opposes gay marriage

Military sacrificing good order for politically correct double standard

Southern Baptists: Supreme Court is not final authority on gay marriage

New York Times ignores children of gay parents who want a mom and dad

The Southern Baptist Convention passes resolution on gay marriage

Plaintiff describes conspiracy to bring down gay therapy group

A heart to heart talk with a ‘pro-gay’ Christian

What Paul would say to Matthew Vines

    The Stream: What interests me here is Vines’ tweeted claim that St. Paul would approve of homosexual couples and families if only he knew some. Using Jesus’ observation that we will know them by their fruits (MT 7:16) — the first chapter of his book is titled “A Tree and its Fruit” — Vines argues elsewhere that Christians should approve same-sex relationships because they bear good fruit. Apparently Paul didn’t see that kind of relationship in his world, but if he had seen it, he would have revised the opening of his letter to the Christians in Rome.


  • Posted: 06/15/2015
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Diocese quits social justice organization over participation in gay pride parade

The specter of the Bob Jones case

North Carolina okays opt-out for officials who oppose same-sex marriage

Supreme Court’s pending same-sex ruling to dominate Southern Baptist meeting

N.C. legislature overrides veto, allows government employees to not do gay marriages

Don’t use my pain as a weapon: Infertility and same-sex marriage

Lawmakers send faith-based adoption bills to governor

A day late, a dollar short

Why redefining marriage is already an issue

Gay Marriage: The ‘right side of history’?

Mohler says Campolo’s reversal on homosexuality abandons Scripture

GOP’s same-sex marriage trap

The double-edged sword of sentimentalism

Court ruling against gay marriage could cause legal ‘chaos’

Gay marriage is not about gay marriage

Ruling makes Guam first US territory to legalize same-sex marriage

Gay and lesbian troops will be protected by new Pentagon policy

Same-sex ministry in an age of gay marriage

Three things you need to know about marriage and the Supreme Court this month

Public school LGBT programs don’t just trample parental rights, they also put kids at risk

A massive, silent cultural revolution has changed America

Can gays and Christians coexist in America? Part 1

North Carolina Senate overrides Governor’s veto of same-sex wedding judicial opt-out bill

Same-sex marriage unmasked: predicted consequences of redefining marriage are becoming a reality

Gay marriage to be debated by Belfast City Council

Creation, covenant, and marriage

Gay-marriage conservatives?

What the people want from the Supreme Court on marriage

Pressure grows for gay marriage in Germany

Marriage: democracy on trial

Eyeing Supreme Court gay marriage case, Mike Lee unveils bill protecting religious schools

Republican candidates who go wobbly on marriage deserve to lose

    The Stream: Public opinion on same-sex “marriage” has shifted so quickly that major Democratic candidates for president in 2008 still had to pretend to believe in man-woman marriage (that is, “marriage”). It was only after Joe Biden gave the game away that President Obama officially endorsed same-sex marriage as soon as he did — in May 2012. By that time, a majority of Americans were just starting to tell pollsters they agreed. Now, a mere three years later, only the most stout-hearted public figures can make the man-woman marriage argument that Barack Obama was still making in April 2012.


  • Posted: 06/03/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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Why I am opposed to gay marriage

‘Discrimination:’ The conversation killer

Four questions about surrogacy for conservatives who support gay marriage

The case of the amazing gay-marriage data: How a grad student uncovered a huge fraud

    Slate: The exposure of one of the biggest scientific frauds in recent memory didn’t start with concerns about normally distributed data, or the test-retest reliability of feelings thermometers, or anonymous Stata output on shady message boards, or any of the other statistically complex details that would make it such a bizarre and explosive scandal. Rather, it started in the most unremarkable way possible: with a graduate student trying to figure out a money issue.


  • Posted: 06/02/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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A look at the important cases pending before the Supreme Court

The prospects for polygamy

Ireland: A country without a conscience?

Civil servants have rights, too. Government should respect them.

Pope Francis upholds link between Catholic pro-life and social teachings

Australian Opposition Party proposes same-sex marriage bill

Give the ‘bigot’ bomb a break

Why are behaviors the Bible condemns considered ‘morally acceptable’ by Christians?

Science Magazine officially retracts that discredited gay marriage study

Rubio’s warning on faith wasn’t a gaffe

Science-gilding the marriage debate

McCrory vetoes same-sex marriage opt out for magistrates

Scouting the wrong side of history

Confidential meeting seeks to sway synod to accept same-sex unions