Same-sex marriage is unnatural as well as immoral

2013-07-04T00:00:00Z Same-sex marriage is unnatural as well as immoral nwitimes.com
July 04, 2013 12:00 am

In rebuttal to Rich James: There shouldn't be a question of same-sex marriage. Not only is it immoral, but it is unnatural.

Even if one is not a Christian and does not believe in the Bible, there still remains the word "unnatural." If the animals and the birds could speak, they might be able to explain this to you.

Pertaining to 50 percent of traditional marriages ending in divorce, the reason is the morals of some people are being thrown to the winds and selfishness is rampant. One or the other forgets marriage is a commitment, not something that is tried and then discarded if found disagreeable.

I have read that when family life goes, so does the nation.

There is still hope for our country if more politicians emulate Indiana's governor. Kudos to our Gov. Mike Pence and the General Assembly.

- Audrey Dombrowski, Hammond

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