Now that the UK Prime Minister has had his way on redefining marriage, he has more plans on marriage and family.
The Australian same-sex marriage lobby is triumphant about the results of a new poll. But what did the research actually show?
What has happened to the same-sex marriage debate in Australia lately?
The great debate over marriage still has a long way to go.
Fathers matter, and marriage is the one institution that binds men to their children.
Christopher Pearson, a columnist for The Australian, speechwriter, and strong defender of traditional marriage, passed away on Friday.
An American marriage and family academic is making the case that marriage is still a social good.
Following the redefinition of marriage in France, MercatorNet interviewed young French marriage activist Maxime Lagorce.
Two young Americans explain why traditional marriage must be preserved for the sake of future generations.
A forum on marriage at the World Congress of Families provided a strong defence of marriage.
The vital public issue of marriage will be front and centre at the World Congress of Families in Sydney.
A convincing feminist, pro-father, and pro-child argument against no-fault divorce.
Pro-gender advocates believe gender-integration is crucial to marriage, the bedrock of culture. This allows children to grow up with both a mother and a father. They believe it makes more sense to base marriage law on gender, which is biological and immutable, rather than sexual orientation, which is fluid and subjective. In contrast, the born-this-way believers have elevated sexual orientation to such an extent that it has become more important than sexual gender.
Has the intensification of the debate over marriage affected a slowdown in what looked like an inexorable climb in support for the gay lobby’s cause in the United States? A reading of the detailed breakdown of the Pew Research Centre’s feedback on public opinion on the topic there might suggest something like this.
A suggestion that there might be a more formal and concerted effort by all faith communities in Britain to defend marriage has been made by the representative of the Pope to England, Scotland an Wales. The Daily Telegraph reports today that Archbishop Antonio Mennini, the Apostolic Nuncio, called for closer co-operation with other faiths as well as Christian denominations to put pressure on the Government over its plans to allow same-sex couples to marry.
Intellectual dishonesty and shallowness in the arguments for bringing gay civil unions within the legal definition of marriage were laid bare by a gay opinion-writer in Dublin’s Irish Times last week.
What those who value the traditional married state perhaps fear most is that in the unravelling of traditional units, in the blending of disparate families, in the separation of procreation from the linear narratives captured in multi-generational family trees, we grow closer to a chaotic state where our connections weaken and where the common good is not ultimately served.