Definition of Marriage

March 22, 2013


MarriageDefinitionCroppedThe Supreme Court is soon to make a ruling on the California marriage ballot law as well as the federal Defense of Marrige Act.  Their judgment will set the precedent for all future gay marriage laws.  I personally can’t see the logic behind making gay marriage legal. I can see how gay couples would want to share their insurance benefits with each other. I can see how gay couples would want to legitimize their relationship. I can see how gay couples would want to be accepted by society. But I can’t see logic in changing a basic human concept that has been around since the dawn of man for the very small select few who want to go against the flow.

Marriage was a concept created for one man and one woman, not two men, not two women and not for multiple men and women. Marriage was created to bring a man and a woman together to become one flesh in order to be fruitful and multiply. Two men can’t do that and two women can’t do that, at least not without some help from at least one other person. The men need a female donor and the women need a male donor. They could adopt but in that case they were not being fruitful, but instead they are just acquiring another person’s fruitfulness.

Mankind cannot survive with a gay populous. There would be virtually no fruitfulness unless the gay men came to some kind of arrangement with the gay women. Gay societies are doomed to failure because it is against the nature of mankind.  I know you’re saying no one wants a total gay society, but that isn’t the point. The point is that society is only productive or more appropriately “reproductive”, when it is heterosexual. Sure it can be reproductive with some homosexuals within its realm, but the more there are, the less it is reproductive.

Mankind can survive with gays but it can’t survive if gays are allowed to become the norm. Legitimizing gay marriage is making it the norm.  That is just one reason I’m against gay marriage. I have nothing against the people who are gay. They have every right to live any way they want, but don’t force those life styles on to me. They can live however they wish, but marriage is not an institution created for them. It was created for us the heterosexuals. If they want an institution like ours then they can go create one for themselves, but don’t corrupt our institutions for their benefit.

There is at least one more reason I’m against it. Marriage was and always has been a religious institution. Man has taken the institution and corrupted it with his own desires. Man has found a way to make profit off of it with legal fees and ceremonies. Governments have found ways to control it and make profits with license fees. Marriage is a contract between one man and one woman, why does the government need to be involved in a contract which they are not a part of? Why does the ceremony have to be so elaborate and expensive? Why, because society has made it that way. Society has corrupted the contract and the concept of marriage.

Marriage was created to be “until death do you part” but society has changed that to be “until there are irreconcilable differences” or “until it is not longer convenient”. The corruption of the sanctity of marriage continues with gay marriage. Society dictates that when enough people want something then it should be allowed. Society’s morality seldom has true moral footing as I have pointed out in one of my previous articles.





I also believe that if the gay marriage advocates really wanted to access to their partner’s benefits and resources they could do it by other channels than by getting a marriage license. All they have to do is pressure the corporate world and insurance institutions to accept them under their umbrella. I think that would be a lot easier to do than redefining marriage, after all, the corporate world bows very easily to public pressure.

They don’t want to go after the institutions themselves. They want to get the government involved so that the government can go after the institutions. That way they can force their beliefs or their lack of any beliefs, onto everyone else. It will be no different than the Chick-fil-A protests where they didn’t like how the owners of the chain donated their money. If they manage to redefine marriage then everyone will have to legally recognize their definition and accept their marriages. Chick-fil-A for example will be forced to accept gay marriage and forced to support it within their stores which would be totally against their beliefs.

But that isn’t what this is really all about, is it? The numbers of gay couples who actually do get married when it is made legal are minuscule. That means the demand is very low, so why is there such uproar in the public? I can tell you why. It is all part of the anti-Christian movement that is running rampant in America right now. Christianity is under attack at every turn. Anything today that is remotely Christian is being made to look anti-American. We all know that the gay marriage is not a Christian value, nor is it an accepted practice among Christians.

Christianity has been run out of the schoolhouse, the courthouse, the public square and now they want to run it out of the bedroom.  Christianity has to make a stand now if it wants to survive this onslaught. If gay marriage is allowed to be accepted within the definition of marriage then it is all but over for Christianity in this country. Maybe you remember some cities from the past that not only accepted gay life styles, but deeply embraced it and maybe you remember their fate. I am of course referring to Sodom and Gomorrah. Their fate will be our fate if this corruption is allowed to continue.

I say if you don’t want to have the same fate and you want Christian values in this country speak out and let you voice be heard. It may not stop the court from ruling for gay marriage, but it may actually help slow or even stop the corruption from spreading further.



MeCloseUp1This article was written by Bertrum J Meisner Jr. I am not a professional writer. I am just a common every day laborer like most of you. I write from my heart, logic and life experiences. I am a devout Constitutional conservative and Christian. My only degree is in life experiences, which comes from a lifetime of learning from life. I derived my education from being part of this great nation and that has given me more of an education than I could ever get from any text book. I love this country and everything it is supposed to stand for. I write to bring it back to its roots and to help stop the destruction that is coming to this country both morally and physically.

Bertrum James Meisner Jr


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