States That Have Legalized Homosexual Marriage

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Seventeen out of fifty states in America have legalized homosexual marriage. There is well over 71,165 same sex marriages in the United States today (Desilver 5-1). All seventeen states that legalizes gay marriage commits the most harmful violation of a traditional event that was created to be for a man and a woman. Marriage should be traditional and natural (involving male and female) as Jesus declared it, unfortunately, same sex marriage creates a harmful environment for children and misleads America’s judgment of civil rights.
The traditional and natural image of marriage is involved with male and female joining in holy matrimony. All people of God should agree that discipleship is an ...view middle of the document...

He should be taught about wisdom and God’s requests for us to follow his commandments. A girl should be taught the word of God and raised to be a God fearing woman. Jesus created this man and this woman to lie along with each other. Nowhere in God’s word does it mention that same sex marriage is acceptable or right in any form or fashion. When a child is raised through same sex marriage, it is not possible for this child to have nourishment and admonition of the Lord. (TFP Students 1-3).
Same sex marriage only confuses the child. Within thousands of correct marriages that are seen everywhere around the country and world, the child with homosexual parents will not understand why their life is different from others. “Honestly, homosexual parents may still show their child love, but a child needs more than love. A child needs a parent with distinctive qualities and features that set a live example of how that child should behave and live their life.”(Hansen,6-1)
A child of a same sex marriage will always be deprived of either his natural mother or father. He will necessarily be raised by one party who has no blood relationship with him. “Two men or women cannot procreate, therefore the child will always be deprived of either a mother or father role model.” (TFP Students 1-1). Same sex marriage ignores a child’s best interest. Same sex marriage is by choice and it is wrong to change the true meaning of marriage and completely destroy the child’s interest of his mother and father. Same sex marriage will negatively effect on a child’s life. It is imperative that the child is raised correctly and guided through the path of Christ.
Same sex marriage judgment misleads judgment of civil rights. “Homosexual activists argue that same-sex marriage is a civil rights issue similar to the struggle for racial equality in the past. This is false.”(TFP Students 1-2). Americans make the accusation that not supporting or discriminating same-sex marriage is similar to the struggle of equality and segregation in the...

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