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Facebook Prophecies

Facebook Prophecies If you’re a Facebook user, you’ve probably seen a black-and-white photo of interracial marriage protesters presented alongside a current-day photo of gay marriage protesters.  Splashed across this meme are the taunting words, “Imagine how stupid you are going … Continue reading

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Sifting Through the Supreme Court Oral Arguments

The Supreme Court’s recent hearings on cases involving gay marriage offered some relief from the storm of protests and media coverage raging outside the courtroom doors.  In sharp contrast to the tone of our national debate, the justices and lawyers … Continue reading

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My New Favorite Blog

A few months ago, just after I wrote my post about preserving traditional marriage in order to protect children’s rights, I googled “Mormon blogs gay marriage” to see what other Mormon bloggers were saying about the issue.  I found the writings of James Goldberg, a graduate student … Continue reading

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Protecting Children’s Rights

Last week North Carolina voted on the definition of marriage and came down on the side of tradition, while President Obama changed his stance on the issue, declaring his support for granting gay marriage rights.  Since that time I’ve been … Continue reading

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California’s Prop 8 – The Case for Traditional Marriage

Author’s Note: My intention with this blog is to help people understand the Latter-day Saint (Mormon) religion and culture.  Because the gay marriage movement is an important issue of our day and because The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has opposed this movement, … Continue reading

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