Skip to comments.The Best Argument for Marriage Iíve Ever Heard
Posted on 02/17/2014 10:37:51 AM PST by Twotone
Testifying before the Indiana House Judiciary Committee on Jan. 13, Ryan T. Anderson, the William E. Simon Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, argued to a room full of policymakers:
If the biggest social problem we face right now in the United States is absentee dads, he paused, How will we insist that dads are essential when the law redefines marriage to make fathers optional?
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Fatherless Chillen have a HARD time when their father is gone
And an even worse time when the Mother alienates them or prevents them from having a real relationship.
there we have it
both the mothers and the gubment meddlers who insist on fathers absence to “aid” the mother..
oh The GREAT Society....
Early childhood is crucial to all long term adult relationships. Trust and Autonomy and understanding of Self and Others are formed in the “formative” years. Virtue is formed.
Without a solid, emotionally healthy childhood (with love of both mother and father), children will be emotionally crippled to an extent-—makes them easy to manipulate-—addicts and easily corruptible with none of the Virtues (Virtues all hinge on other virtues).
Unnatural childhoods create warped adults who can’t understand the interaction between male/female, which is embedded in young childhood by experiencing it in everyday situations. Destroy normal experiences—will warp understanding of Truth. Education is crucial/Reading/Study/history/ Bible to understand human interactions and natural laws, but experience will color everything.
Cooking, house cleaning and laundry are at the top of my list.......
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