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For centuries, the definition of marriage was the union of one man with one woman. Earlier this summer, the US Supreme Court betrayed that traditional definition and opened the door for a myriad of definitions of marriage. If marriage is not confined to one man with one woman, then it could be more than just …

Now that the door has been opened to violate the traditional union of marriage, we need to ask where will the line be drawn, or can it be drawn? A friend of mine sent me the following email which brings that question to mind: Good morning. We want to apply for a marriage license.” “Names?”, …

For years we’ve hearing about a coming population crash in developed Western nations – mainly Europe. Births are simply not keeping pace with death rates. In Germany, “births per 1,000 population have fallen to roughly 8.2 – below even Japan’s 8.4. The death rate, meanwhile, is about 11 per 1,000,” according to Hamburg’s World Economy Institute. Many other European …

It only took five days after the Supreme Court created a constitutional right to homosexual “marriage” for a Montana man to file for a license to marry his second wife. This is not a divorce case. He’s still married to the first wife, but he’s looking to start a collection. Nathan Collier of Billings married …

By Edwin Vieira, Jr. “Same-sex marriage” may be an affront to common sense, an oxymoron, and even an ontological impossibility. But as the product of a type of behavior familiar in contemporary politics, its promotion is nothing really new. The contention that the government may impose “same-sex marriage” on society is just a particularly egregious …

Support for homosexual unions, commitment ceremonies, and marriages are coming from within the church. This should not surprise us since Paul warned the Ephesian elders nearly 2000 years ago: “I know that after my departure savage wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock; and from among your own selves men will arise, …

By Robert R. Reilly* Why have the pro-natural family forces been losing in court? Intentionally or not, Judge Richard Posner explained the reason in a 7th Circuit Court ruling (Sept. 4, 2014), in which he decided against the Indiana and Wisconsin laws restricting marriage to a man and a woman: “The state [Wisconsin] does not …

The Supreme Court will make a ruling on whether same-sex marriage should be made the law of the land. If it does, what will the states do? Will we see states ignoring the ruling of the court since there is nothing in the Constitution – including the 14th Amendment – giving jurisdiction to the national …

Nearly one hundred years ago, John Dewey stated that the best way to take over a nation was for the people to turn their children over to public education system eight hours a day five days a week for twelve years. In that time, the schools could conform the children into the obedient citizens they …

While Republican Party in Washington gives into the Left even when they’re in the majority and refuses to even engage in a fight for our nation’s core principles, the state of Alabama is standing tall despite pressure from liberal groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center, the ACLU, pro-homosexual groups, and renegade judges. The state …

The folks at the Southern Poverty law Center (SPLC) have labeled famed neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson an “extremist.” Here’s a list of some of his “extremist” views: “Marriage is between a man and a woman.” “[I]f we can redefine marriage as between two men or two women or any other way based on social pressures …

Larry Tomczak is a best-selling author and cultural commentator with more than 42 years of trusted ministry experience. His passion is to bring perspective, analysis and insight from a biblical worldview (see “Is Gay OK? 10 Things Everyone Needs to know,” now available for viewing at LarryTomczak.com). Below is an open letter that he wrote in …