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Traditional Marriage

The word Marriage was coined by Priest and Scribes translating the Bible to english. Its etymology is Latin and Greek. Marr (Meur) is Latin and means husband and iage is Greek and means Eternal. Marriage means Eternal husband and refers to the union in the Bible between a man and a woman sanctified by God. All European countries and America were built on Christianity and this Christian concept of marriage.

Marriage is a sacred and holy institution between a man and a woman. Marriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God and the family is central to the Creator's plan for the eternal destiny of His children. Traditional marriage and families is the foundation on which strong, just, honorable nations are built. Each male and female is a beloved spirit son or daughter of heavenly parents. Gender is an essential characteristic of individual indentity and purpose. Through Eternal marriage, men and women may ultimately realize their divine destiny. The sacred powers of procreation are to be employed only between man and woman, lawfully wedded as husband and wife.

Marriage and the traditional definition of marriage is a protected inalienable right under the first amendment protection of religion. All men, including gay men, have the right to marry women and all women, including gay women have the right to marry men.

A union or partnership between 2 men or 2 women is not marriage. marriage between 2 men or 2 women has no bases in nature, natural law, common law, tradition, or history. Certain legal benefits can be extended to gay couples without violating the first amendment and redefining marriage. there is no compelling governmental interest to violate the first amendment or the sacred institution of marriage.