Catholic Charities Not Bending the Knee to Baal
Susan Brassfield Cogan
Susan-brassfield at ou.edu
Sat Mar 11 06:43:59 PST 2006
At 07:32 AM 3/11/2006, you wrote:
>In a message dated 3/10/2006 11:16:20 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>nebraskalawprof at yahoo.com writes:
>This was the right move for the Archdiocese to make. Really, it was
>the only move they could make. It's sad that many children will
>suffer, but the Archdiocese has to obey its conscience.
> Isn't this precisely symmetrical to religions opposed to
> interracial adoption? Or is the point that opposition to
> interracial adoption is irrational while opposition to adoption by
> gays is not?
>Robert Justin Lipkin
>Professor of Law
>Widener University School of Law
in my opinion it *is* precisely symmetrical because interracial
marriages were considered immoral. The arguments against gay marriage
are entirely recycled from another era.
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