Who Has The RIGHT: Homosexuality,Religion & Politics


Civil are rights to personal liberty established by the 13th and 14th Amendments to the US Constitution and certain Congressional acts especially as applied to an individual or minority group. So with this being said the issue in the article “In defense of traditional marriage” would be that people feel that homosexuals should have recognized marriages like traditional one and should be accepted by places of worship and individual people. The counter argument for this article is that marriage is between a man and women and that anything other than this will disrupt the human race and progression of the human race. Now, when it comes to basic human rights, homosexuals should be able to marry and have it recognized by all because there is not one law that says it is illegal for two men or two women to get married. There has not been a ban on same sex marriages, all fifty states allow same sex couple to live together in the same house hold, they can join religious communities that bless their relationship and they have the option to choose work place benefits for their partner. With this being said they can do everything a heterosexual marriage can do except get recognized by the public and have legally protection if the relationship does not work out. This argument is inductive sound because supporting evidence and can be proven in the court of law. Human rights should be equal and should be honored by everyone whether in a religious setting, court of law or individual. I believe as a Christian that homosexuality is not normal and wrong. Needless to say I do not see that it will hurt the human race speaking from a carnal point of view. When you look at it from a religious stand point there is valid evidence why it should not be allowed and when you look at it form a worldly standpoint I can see why people do not want it too. For all we know religious leaders could be throwing religion down are throats as a scare tactic to get people to agree with their beast ways. Christianity is looked at to be the most evil towards the gays but there are Christian’s that have no problem with them. In the bible in Leviticus 18:22 say, “that you shall not lie with a male as you do with a woman”, but homosexuals will claim there is no punishment in the Bible for people who choose to live the life style. They are wrong, 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 says “Or do you not know that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals,1 10nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, shall inherit the kingdom of God.” In Islam homosexuality is frowned upon and say that it is unlawful. The Quran 7:80-81 say “Do ye commit lewdness such as no people in creation (ever) committed before you? For ye practice your lusts on men in preference to women: ye are indeed a people transgressing beyond bounds.” It is seen again in Quran 26:165 says “What! Of all creatures do ye come unto the males, and leave the wives your Lord created for you? Nay, but ye are forward folk.” Both religions detest homosexuality. When we look at it from a logical standpoint if two men or two women get together the producing of human life stops. A lot of people including myself believe that if the government does allow gay marriage right it will be for population control purposes only. I feel that the human race will eventually die off even if we harvest eggs from women. It is not guaranteed that enough females will be created to support the a gay world given the fact that you have to wait for female eggs to mature enough to harvest them and the fact that if the young lady would even live and while we are waiting people are dying everyday. So you take that example and put it into a larger perspective. Man cannot live if woman is not around and same as man. This assuming everyone decided to be gay. There are a lot of issues when it comes to raising children and being in a homosexual relationship. Their biological parent punished some children if they do not agree with their lifestyle just like Dawn Stefanowicz described her experience living in a same-sex household. “I wasn’t surrounded by average heterosexual couples,” she says in her court brief. “Dad’s partners slept and ate in our home, and they took me along to meeting places in the LGBT communities. I was exposed to overt sexual activities like sodomy, nudity, pornography, group sex, sadomasochism and the ilk.” “There was no guarantee that any of my Dad’s partners would be around for long, and yet I often had to obey them,” she said. “My rights and innocence were violated.” She is just one example of what being raised in a homosexual household is like. In conclusion, everyone should have the right to love and the right is with whomever they wish. This is a God given choice and a legal right. Legalizing gay marriage or not does not change the fact that there are gay people in this world. I do not agree with the ide of it but in the end not everyone is gay and reproduction will continue. Yes it may slow down the population growth but not to the point that all of mankind will no longer exist. I mean there are seven billion people in this world and counting. My argument is inductive sound and deductive sound because show evidence in favor of both sides because logically I believe it is okay if we are speaking carnal logic. Spiritually I feel it is wrong but who am I to judge I do not have any control over people’s feelings or minds. Human rights are just what they are…Human. Reference: Islam and Homosexuality http://www.missionislam.com/knowledge/homosexuality.htm Christianity and Homosexuality By Matt Slick https://carm.org/christianity-and-homosexuality Adults Raised by Gay Couples Speak Out Against Gay ‘Marriage’ in Federal Court By Lauretta Brown | January 23, 2015 | 4:24 PM EST http://cnsnews.com/news/article/lauretta-brown/adults-raised-gay-couples-speak-out-against-gay-marriage-federal-court In defense of traditional marriage By Ryan T. Anderson March 20, 2013 http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/in-defense-of-traditional-



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