Homorsexual

07-Jun-2019 08:59

While the origins of same-sex attractions may be complex, there is no convincing evidence that a homosexual identity is ever something genetic or inborn.

We oppose the vigorous efforts of homosexual activists to demand that homosexuality be accepted as equivalent to heterosexuality in law, in the media, and in schools.

First, because the goal of human life is happiness, and happiness requires friendship.

True friendship, however, can only exist between virtuous people; indeed, true friendship is formed so that, in seeing in the other another self and genuinely wanting the happiness of the other for his or her own sake, there is mutual encouragement toward human perfection in the virtues.

This marital union in virtue, which is ordered also to the begetting of children, becomes the foundation for the , not just through its procreative act, but also through its inculcation of virtuous friendship.

All human societies are formed in order to attain a common good.

This is a problem for, if it is merely a human tradition, it is a sociological construct, and as such can be changed in accordance with the evolving standards of a developing society.The tradition of restricting marriage to two adults of the opposite sex is, they insist, one such insignificant tradition that we may now dispense with.To grasp the underlying importance of this distinction, it might be helpful to recall that this is, at bottom, another permutation of the ancient debate about whether ethical principles are rooted in mere custom ().This union of persons has both chronological and ontological precedence over offspring, for it is what makes the procreative truly human and guarantees that the offspring will enjoy the stability of the familial union for many years.Aristotle—no Christian—recognized that the union of persons has priority for two reasons.

This is a problem for, if it is merely a human tradition, it is a sociological construct, and as such can be changed in accordance with the evolving standards of a developing society.

The tradition of restricting marriage to two adults of the opposite sex is, they insist, one such insignificant tradition that we may now dispense with.

To grasp the underlying importance of this distinction, it might be helpful to recall that this is, at bottom, another permutation of the ancient debate about whether ethical principles are rooted in mere custom ().

This union of persons has both chronological and ontological precedence over offspring, for it is what makes the procreative truly human and guarantees that the offspring will enjoy the stability of the familial union for many years.

Aristotle—no Christian—recognized that the union of persons has priority for two reasons.

Attempts to join two men or two women in "marriage" constitute a radical redefinition and falsification of the institution, and FRC supports state and federal constitutional amendments to prevent such redefinition by courts or legislatures.