On Gay Marriage: I will not submit


Today the Supreme Court announced that the Founding Fathers had hidden Same-Sex Marriage in the constitution.

However, today I announce that the Supreme Court is stupid. This is the same court that gave us Kelo. This is the same court that said a tax is not a tax. It is the same court that said yesterday that laws cannot mean what they say.

The Supreme Court, for those who do not know, has a wonderful track record on human rights. They recognized the right of white people to own black people, despite some of the white people saying that black people could not be owned. They also decided to make that ruling in such a war as to cause the Civil War. Thanks, Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court also recognized the right of women to murder their children — as long as they are still in the womb. We are racking up a body count higher than Hitler and Stalin and Mao. How long do you think God will ignore us?

The Supreme Court has also recognized its right to trump all other branches of government and even the people. Apparently, it feels it and only it has the power to read and understand the constitution, which it feels means whatever they wish it to mean.

I state, equivocally, that marriage is ordained of God. It is a gift from Him to mankind, designed to protect the rights of us and our children, provide greater economic stability even wealth, along with all the blessings of liberty. Stable marriages erase almost all of our society’s ills. It is the foundation upon which our country was built, but now 5 men and a group of well-funded people think they know better than their ancestors. They’re reforming our country in their image, not God’s, and taking for themselves the power and authority of God.

Our insult and mockery to God and common sense, as a country, is not going to be ignored. We’re already paying the price in our broken homes and communities. It’s only going to get worse as we dive deeper into the abyss of sin and ignorance.

I wish there was something good to say about this situation, but there isn’t. We are the very people the prophets and apostles warned us about. We are the very people the saints throughout history looked forward the Lord wiping off the face of the earth with fire. They celebrated our death and destruction. We were the same as the people who made fun of Noah for building a boat. The Lord is giving us every opportunity to turn back to him, but his patience does eventually wear thin as our hearts grow harder and harder.

The clarion call has already been issued to the righteous of this generation: Come out of Babylon, touch no unclean thing, and be ye clean. All those who hear that voice, follow. Let’s take up our crosses and help each other bear them. Let’s walk the quiet path that our Lord walked, through the mocking crowds and up that hill. We offer the world our love, compassion, and service, and they spit on us and mock us for it. The world will never accept us, will never like us, because the world has always chosen evil over good. It could be no other way.

Do not hope for salvation or redemption to come from man or government. They have no power to save. Pray that God will give us the power to endure, and perhaps even to overcome.


8 Responses to “On Gay Marriage: I will not submit”

  1. Jeffrey Liakos Says:

    Since gay marriage will never damage straight marriage, we need to leave this matter alone. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled bans on same-sex marriage as Unconstitutional. If something is ruled as being Unconstitutional, its by definition Unconstitutional.

    • Jonathan Gardner Says:

      The Supreme Court was absolutely wrong to rule the way they did, and everyone knows it.

      It was never a question of whether gay marriage would harm straight marriage — it was a question of who gets to define what marriage is in the first place. Are legislators free to rewrite thousands of years of human history and change the meaning of the English language?

      Marriage as an institution was also a branch of the government, with government trusting parents to fulfill its most vital role for children. Call it what you want, it is a partnership between biology, God, the church, state, and two individuals, not a celebration of love.

  2. Jeffrey Liakos Says:

    Jonathan Gardner, if someone wants to marry a person of the same sex, that is none of the business of society at large. Want to know why some people are gay? It was all by design.

    • Jonathan Gardner Says:

      If two people want to form a limited liability partnership, what business is that of the state?

      Marriage is all about state powers. Marriage entitles two individuals with the right to raise their children the way they see fit, and entitles them the privileges and duties corresponding with that.

      If two homosexual men love each other very much, does that give them the capability to create life, or the natural bonds that form from the biological process of childbearing? Are people entitled to special recognition because of their love? Marriage is not and never was a celebration of love.

  3. Jeffrey Liakos Says:

    Jonathan Gardner, you claim that the U.S. Supreme Court was wrong with its ruling. If the job of the U.S. Supreme Court is to rule on the Constitutionality or lack thereof of any law, then your original opinion is not going to stand and be legitimate from a legal standpoint.

    • Jonathan Gardner Says:

      The Supreme Court has no power to do what they did, and took that power to themselves, usurping it and thus committing treason against the United States. It is akin to congress taking command of the troops during a war, or the president writing a law or spending money outside of the budget.

      If you value law at all, if you think we should have a society founded on laws, and not opinions, then you would oppose the Supreme Court and demand congress impeach and remove the offending justices from office. Else, we are left to war to settle our differences.

  4. Jeffrey Liakos Says:

    Jonathan Gardner, unless arguments are made in opposition to same-sex marriage which are religiously based, all other arguments are lame. If someone happens to object to same-sex marriage, don’t marry a person of the same sex. Simple as that. The same concept applies to interracial marriage. Just because one person is against that personally, that is not supposed to be license to ban interracial marriage. You have every right to your opinions, however, you have no right to violate the rights of other people just to make yourself comfortable.

    • Jonathan Gardner Says:

      By your logic, why do people who are in a same-sex relationship care about marriage?

      Marriage isn’t something you get to do for yourself. The community is involved. The church is involved. The government is involved. Marriage joins two families into one. Marriage is the thread that binds people into families, and families into society.

      Just calling an argument lame isn’t an argument. Try to tackle the merits of the argument. There are far more reasons why marriage is important beyond just the religious, such as marriage has been an important institution since the beginning of time for all religions. Stop being so close-minded and accept the fact that there are no real arguments for same-sex marriage, except trying to force others to conform with your perverted world-view.

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