First, let me commend Jonathan Dohanich for his Dec. 28 letter to the editor entitled “Marriage Is a Privilege, Not a Right,” where he defends the truth and traditional marriage. The ensuing attack letters published proposed ridiculous advocacy arguments for same-sex “marriage.”
The unstated goal of every advocacy argument is the acceptance of intrinsically evil homosexual acts. Why can’t the authors of these arguments include a detailed description of these homosexual acts in their letters so that we can all remember what it is they are really advocating? They want to force acceptance on the American public through the force of law.
The best arguments ever devised cannot justify what God has condemned. God has heard all the advocacy arguments for all time and has already given us His judgment at Sodom and Gomorra. Look for them all in the pulverized rubble there, flattened by God’s justice and condemnation.
One of the most odious arguments found in that rubble is “having the freedom to be able to marry the one you love.” It is not love to make a person fit for hell through homosexual acts. It might be selfishness, but it is not love. A lie is still a lie, no matter how many people believe it. True love, rather, is telling the truth, not denial. True love is concerned with the long-range good of the loved one in eternity.
God’s archangel, St. Michael, certainly gives no quarter to evil. Why should we cooperate with it by accepting same-sex “marriage”?