FACT Report: February 12, 2014

The Extremes of Marriage Definitions (February 12, 2014)

If marriage is merely a creation of society, that it can redefine, then who is to say what can or cannot constitute a marriage? We’ve learned that one Tennessee lawyer is taking the question to the extreme, asking the court to recognize his marriage to – of all things — his computer.

Using similar logic advanced by four same-sex couples now suing Tennessee to recognize their marriages, he argues that “equality” requires the legal recognition of his sexual attraction to the pornographic images on his computer, ignoring all other components that constitute a real marriage.

As comical as the idea seems, society once thought same-sex marriages were something to laugh at, but nobody’s laughing now.

Love can take on many forms, but only God created marriage, and He designed it to be a special relationship between a man and a woman.

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Read more about this issue in David Fowler’s recent commentary, Cyber Marriage Coming to Tennessee