Newsweek magazine has an excellent cover story in their most recent issue that argues that the Bible does not support the position of same-sex marriage opponents, despite their claims that it does. The article opens with this:. Shall we look to Abraham, the great patriarch, who slept with his servant when he discovered his beloved wife Sarah was infertile? Or to Jacob, who fathered children with four different women two sisters and their servants? Abraham, Jacob, David, Solomon and the kings of Judah and Israel—all these fathers and heroes were polygamists. The New Testament model of marriage is hardly better.
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The Debate: The Bible and Gay Marriage
Gay Marriage: Our Mutual Joy
The folly of those who seek to promote the homosexual agenda in America has led to an anti-Christian cover-story and editorial blurb in Newsweek magazine. As always, the bottom line is biblical authority. Lisa Miller does not mince words. Well, that statement sets the issue clearly before us. The national news media are collectively embarrassed by the passage of Proposition 8 in California. Gay rights activists are publicly calling on the mainstream media to offer support for gay marriage, arguing that the media let them down in November.
Gay Marriage and Religious Rights: Say Nada to FADA
On the Newsweek website, there were comments galore. Many hundreds. On talk radio, and in the blogosphere, there were plenty of critics. What does all that translate to? Sales, Newsweek 's editors and owners must hope.
When Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis found herself fighting contempt charges after refusing to let her office issue marriage licenses to gay couples or anyone else, the National Organization for Marriage declared her case to be "powerful evidence of why it is simply imperative that we enact the First Amendment Defense Act FADA at the federal and state levels. For many readers, that's the first they will have heard of the First Amendment Defense Act, a relatively new bill sponsored in the House and Senate respectively by Rep. Raul Labrador R-Idaho and Sen.