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The title should read "Christians who hate gays and their marriage"

What Is Marriage?: Man and Woman: A Defense - Ryan T. Anderson, Sherif Girgis, Robert P. George What is marriage? (Twenty-Ninth Annual Federalist Society National Student Symposium: Originalism): An article from: Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy - Sherif Girgis, Robert P. George, Ryan T. Anderson

The mislabeling of the premise that earned this piece of crap no more than half a star.

Yes. The writer is educated assholes. They might have passed the exams and did the work, but their minds are so far up Jesus ass that they are arguing against love and marriage for those who are not heterosexuals.


This is another proof that religion like Christianity would fuck with the mind that make the religious deluded irrational and hatred filled without really know it.

Don't waste your time reading this shit. 


Marriage is defined by the state regulating contract between two persons who want to share their assess and rights as parents. Hatred filled religious deluded assholes have no right to define marriage for everyone. These Christians only have the right to define their own miserable marriage. 


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"The article pursued two routes to its anti-gay marriage conclusion: one broadly philosophical, the other more pragmatic. The "philosophical" argument rested on a bizarre and fetishistic appeal to the normative significance of biological functions, losing sight of the kind of "comprehensiveness" that really matters for marital relationships. The pragmatic argument brazenly appealed to irrelevant studies that don't really support their conclusions at all."


Good students in Columbia University had demonstrated when these the anti-gay jerk Sherif Girgis arrived to give an anti-gay talk at their university in 2013.