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Old Feb 11, '12, 10:27 am
exnihilo exnihilo is offline
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Default Re: A non-religious argument against same sex marriage?

Originally Posted by UnityofTrinity View Post
As it boils down most who argue against same sex marriage argue on religious ground. But with a church state separation paradigm in mind what non religious argument can you make against this issue?
As others said Natural Law which is part of our legal tradition. The fact that there were crimes against natural demonstrates this.

Originally Posted by cornbread_r2 View Post
This is just an argument against certain forms of sodomy which are neither peculiar to homosexuals nor necessarily practiced by homosexuals (i.e. lesbians) and has nothing to do with marriage, per se.
The rest of the activities can be found wrong through Natural Law arguments which did make them illegal until courts acted to overthrow tradition and precedence.
We fear men so much, because we fear God so little. One fear cures another. When man's terror scares you, turn your thoughts to the wrath of God. GK Chesterton
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