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Back in 2004, an economics doctoral student at MIT named Adam Kolasinski wrote a column called The Secular Case Against Gay Marriage. You should check it out before it's labeled hate speech.

To date, it's the most concise summary of the non-religious-based arguments I've read regarding why all this same sex "marriage" nonsense deserves to be shouted out of the public square. Do yourself a favor and give it a read -- that way, the next time that guy at work says, "Everone should just be allowed to do whatever they want," you'll have a good answer to provide that he'll accept, even if he's an atheist.

If someone could point me to a good audio file which gives these same points (more or less) it would be greatly appreciated.
2 comments so far:
    Anonymous April 13, 2009 at 1:07 PM , said...

    Hi, I think the similar arguments are used in the video:
    http://www.vtmarriage.org/html/__david_blankenhorn.htm
    Petr

     
    Mason C. April 13, 2009 at 4:40 PM , said...

    Hadley Arkes, a Professor at Amherst College and frequent contributor to First Things and Crisis magazine gave a great lecture on this topic in 2004. Here's the link:

    http://www.eppc.org/conferences/eventID.87/conf_detail.asp

    (You should check out his books and articles, too, very strong pro-life message.)

     

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