Argumentative Essay On Gay Marriage

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There has long since been a debate on the morality of gay people, specifically when it comes to sexual intercourse, within the Christian tradition. Many Christians have and do believe that gay marriage and gay sex are an abomination. Many Christians have and do believe that this is not the case, that people in same-sex relationships are not a measure of ones closeness to God at all. These two arguments both use the same the tradition to argue their points, ultimately leaving it up for the individual to decide with whom to side. Same-sex marriage will always be something worthy of same-sex couples whether certain Christians believe so or not.
The common argument for Christians opposing same-sex marriage is that it goes against the laws of
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Because God created men and women, marriage is a holy union that must only take place between these two. TFP, a group insistent on their ability to, "resist, in the realm of ideas, the liberal, socialist and communist trends of the times and proudly affirm the positive values of tradition, family and private property"(TFP) depicits same-sex marriage as a different entity. "The promoters of same-sex “marriage” propose something entirely different. They propose the union between two men or two women. This denies the self-evident biological, physiological, and psychological differences between men and women which find their complementarity in marriage."(TFP) Perhaps it is not even the bible that these Christians use to support their ideas, but biology as well. Christians who accept the notion of homophobia focus heavily on the anatomy of men and women. A man has a penis that sticks out of his body; a woman has a vagina that is internal, so obviously the penis is meant for the vagina like two puzzles pieces destined for procreation. Anything else is out of the question, because science and biology backup this idea. Similarly, because women and men must procreate, a child of a same-sex couple would always be "deprived of his natural mother or father"(TFP) which ultimately lead the child to damnation and

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