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12/28/2011

NC: Marriage not creature of state, says group hoping to turn state into marriage-banning creature

by Jeremy Hooper

More from those North Carolinians who are trying to ban CIVIL marriage for same-sex couples:

Some believe that marriage finds its source in God, while others believe it was birthed by ancient civil society. What can be agreed on, however, is that marriage is not a creature of the State.
The Advent of Same-Sex “Marriage” [NCFPC]

Marriage is not a creature of the state? Fine -- THEN STOP GETTING THE CIVIL MARRIAGE LICENSE FROM YOUR STATE! Otherwise: Yes, your marriage, my marriage, and everyone else's marriage is, quite inarguably, a creature of the state, regardless of whatever historical or theological weight we might personally choose to see at its root!

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