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Same-sex marriage

Gay Marriage? A Debate – Sherif Girgis vs. Stephen Macedo

Resolved: The case for same-sex marriage has a rational limiting principle and changing marriage policy accordingly would strengthen the institution of marriage. Professor of Politics Stephen Macedo and Sherif Girgis ’08. Moderated by Professor of Religion Eric Gregory. Professor Stephen … Continue reading »

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What is Marriage (Highlights)

Ryan T. Anderson, The Heritage Foundation Ryan T. Anderson talks about the definition of marriage and why the state should care about it at the policy level.

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Where Has Foucault Gone (Q&A)

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge The discussion continues after Dr. Lopez’s talk during the question and answer session.

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Where Has Foucault Gone? An Archaeology of the Family in the 1950s and 2010s

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge In this full-length lecture on the archaeology of the family, Dr. Lopez discusses Queer theory and its relationship to the shift of the family form the 1950s to now.

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What is Marriage (Q&A)

Ryan T. Anderson, The Heritage Foundation After Ryan T. Anderson’s lecture on the definition of marriage, he engages in discussion with several conference attendees during ‘Question and Answer.’

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What is Marriage

Ryan T. Anderson, What is Marriage In his lecture on the definition of marriage, Ryan T. Anderson discusses the issue from a policy perspective and explains why the government should be invested in defining marriage as the relationship between one … Continue reading »

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What’s Wrong is Right: A Revolution in Rationalization

This piece was originally published here on Public Discourse, June 23, 2014. Today, we face a movement to accomplish on a societal level what those who embrace morally condemned behavior have always sought as individuals: rationalization. By Matthew J. Franck … Continue reading »

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Marriage, Marketing, and Intimidation: “It is up to you, fearless reader, to act.”

This article was originally published on Public Discourse. June 9th, 2014 Proponents of same-sex marriage haven’t won in the arena of ideas—they have won through manipulation and intimidation. Those who oppose them must speak up. Author’s preface: I am a … Continue reading »

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Porn Use and Supporting Same-Sex Marriage

Young adult men’s support for redefining marriage may not be entirely the product of ideals about expansive freedoms, rights, liberties, and fairness. It may be, in part, a byproduct of regular exposure to diverse and graphic sex acts.

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Marriage from the Ivory Tower to the Court House and Beyond

Dr. Matthew Franck moderated a panel between Dr. Matthew O’Brien and Jennifer Marshall on these two respective talks: Matthew O’Brien, Ph.D. Collegium Institute From Pastoral Care to Therapeutic Affirmation: How Redefining Marriage Became so Important to University Culture In ten short … Continue reading »

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