The Gay Marriage Debate: Religious Argument

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What is the religious stance on gay marriage?

The Gay Marriage Debate: Religious Argument

Much of the gay marriage controversy stems from religious beliefs that state that marriage is meant to be between a man and a woman. In essence this is due to the belief that much of marriage's purpose is toward procreation, and therefore the propagation of a larger religious community. The Roman Catholic Church is often thought to lead this manner of thinking, further stipulating that acts of sexuality between same-sex couples is actually immoral. However, more progressive religious communities have rethought this stance, asserting that the laws of early patriarchal religions do not apply to today's world.



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