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Marriage & The State – A Case For Privatization

Outside of abortion, the definition of marriage and the role of the state is probably the most contentiously debated topic in social politics today. Over the last decade, same-sex couples have ramped up their battle for the state to recognize their unions and receive the same benefits (including legal recognition) that is given to traditional marriages. The proponents of the expansion of marriage were (and still are) vehemently opposed by organizations, mainly religious, that believe same-sex marriage is not marriage at all, but a redefinition of marriage altogether. Over the last 15 years or so, and certainly for the coming years, the debate has taken over legislatures and courts. Of course, this battle culminated last summer in the Obergefell v. Hodges decision by the Supreme Court of the United States forcing states to recognize same-sex marriage. However, the battle is not over. Many religious persons are concerned with the tension that will ultimately exist between the protection of same-sex couples to be legally married and the First Amendment’s protection of the religious objector.… Keep Reading

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