Thinking the Unthinkable
If the culture changes the definition of marriage, our kids will be
taught a new way of thinking.
At no time in American history has the most fundamental institution for advancing American culture been so at risk of being defined out of existence.
At no time in American history have the interests of children in the eyes of the law been so at risk of being subsumed by the desires of adults.
At no time in American history has the religious liberty of one group of people been put at risk of being criminalized for principled Biblical opposition to the behavior of another group.
And at no time in American history has the natural family, defined as a married man and woman with children by birth or adoption, been relegated to a status in law and public policy on par with any two or more individuals who desire to be ‘in family’ together with all the customary rights and benefits that have uniquely protected natural families.
Changing the definition of marriage won’t change the natural family. But it will forever change the importance of marriage as a civilizing and stabilizing force in our culture. Despite thousands of peer-reviewed social science studies that demonstrate that children raised in a home with a married mom and dad do better physically, emotionally, and psychologically, our culture is ready to subject children to a vast untested social experiment that will have lifelong and often irreversible consequences. The ripple effects are already being felt in religious liberty, freedom of speech, freedom of association, education policy, and business law.
It’s just common sense. Families are stronger with wife and a husband. Children do better with a mother and a father. We won’t have a future unless moms and dads have children. That’s why governments have recognized and protected marriage for more than 2000 years.
Are we ready for the unthinkable? More importantly, are the children?
Join with us in a common sense movement to protect the natural family.