Wednesday, December 12, 2012

U.S. Supreme Court & Defense of Marriage Act

“There is an increasing religious consciousness across an ever wider spectrum that providing legal protection and religious sanctification to two people who want to create their lives together reflects our highest values,” Rabbi David Saperstein stated.

One inherent problem with the Defense of Marriage Act is that it belittles the basis for marriage… the love of two individuals and their desire to spend their lives together.  Of course, we live in a society which believes (correctly) that a livelong commitment lasts less than a decade.

The biggest offenders in this matter are those who promoted the Defense of Marriage Act … they have successfully done more to undermine the institution than any other group has ever achieved.

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