The truth behind homosexual marriage
By Pastor Lee Hemen
August 7, 2010
The latest liberal judge to overturn the will of the people is an example of radicalism trying to redefine culture through the judiciary. When liberalism cannot win at the ballot box or with the will of the people, they go to court and find a sympathetic judge. By the way, no one who thinks this judge is not bias, as the mainstream media has so willingly ignored his personal perverted proclivity of being homosexual, you are ignorant in the extreme.
Homosexual marriage is not about equal rights. The argument that it is racial is laughable but is also a means to shift the true nature of the argument. Two men or two women marrying each other are not the same as one man and one woman of differing races marrying each other. One is morally repugnant, has been defined by all cultures as so, while the other is not, and never has been morally repugnant. Social repugnance because of racial intermarriage has been demonstrated as racial because it is. Same sex marriage is morally corruptible of society. This is where homosexuals want society to head. They want to force society to make those who see same sex marriage as perverted, criminals. They want a redefinition of what society as a whole sees as “normal.”
Same sex couples right now can live together, have a loving relationship, adopt, raise children, inherit, visit one another in the hospital, and even have a marriage ceremony. Those who claim otherwise are either lying or stupid of the social and legal change that has already occurred and exists in these areas. No homosexual couple is restricted in any of these areas.
Then, one must wonder, what do homosexual couples really want and when do they want it? The only difference between homosexual couples and heterosexual couples is that heterosexuals enjoy the true definition of marriage. Homosexual couples never can. One lesbian stated, “This is about other people recognizing what we have already recognized with each other for a long time.” There it is. This is the truth of what homosexual couples desire from society concerning their homosexual marriages. Making other people recognize them as legitimate. That homosexuality is the same as any other relationship and to even think otherwise should be criminal.
All cultures know that they can only exist because of natural propagation. Natural propagation can only occur when a male and female mate. Families are created. The more stable the family, the better for the culture. Chaos ensues within cultures when an anything goes mentality occurs. If you do not believe me, you only have to look to Roman culture, French and Russian histories, and even some of the native cultures of the Americas where whole societies were destroyed in order to appease the perverted behavior of its ruling class. Therefore, historically societies have defined marriage as between one man and one woman, and as unnatural, and against society as a whole when there existed homosexuality. Propagation cannot occur naturally within homosexuality. Stable families are the building foundation of any enduring society.
The pursuit of a lifestyle should not be seen as the same as the establishment of family. The natural selection process of creation would have long ago erased homosexuality as a viable option. Only the perverted proclivity of individuals keeps it alive. The Bible defines it as sin. Homosexuals want all people everywhere to recognize them as the same as natural families in order to redefine sin. Someone once said, “They want what others have… They know God has said that anyone who acts this way deserves to die. But they keep on doing evil things, and they even encourage others to do them.” (Romans 1:29, 32) That is the truth behind the recognition of homosexual marriage.
Pastor Lee Hemen has been the outspoken pastor of the same church for 25 years in Vancouver, WA. He writes regularly on spirituality and conservative causes and maintains several web blogs. This article is copyrighted © 2010 by Lee Hemen and is the sole property of Lee Hemen, and may not be used unless you quote the entire article and have my permission.