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Old May 2, '12, 5:58 am
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If it were politically feasible, would you support codifying into federal law all of the moral teachings of the Church? If not all, which ones would you exclude and which would you include?
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While I do NOT support gay marriage or question the Church teaching on the matter, I was opposed to the amendment. My reason was that amendments to the constitution have always been used to grantee rights of individuals and certain groups. It has never been used to single out a group with the purpose of expressly denying them a right which is afforded to the majority.
Why do you believe anyone would have a right to redefine marriage when it's a matter of natural law that goes back to the beginning of the human race? If the government decided to make a law saying that gravity no longer exists would that action taken by the government make it the truth? The survival of the human race depends on marriage as it's been defined by God which is revealed by the design of our bodies. In short, God made us male and female for a reason.
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