Skip to comments.Jews complain gay weddings are more fair than straight ones
Posted on 09/09/2012 8:18:38 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Across the country, gay couples are fighting for the same marriage rights as straight couples. But in the Conservative Jewish movement, heterosexual couples may soon clamor for the kind of partnerships now reserved only for lesbians and gays.
This spring, a committee that creates laws for the Conservative Jewish movement approved two ceremonies for same-sex couples that strip marriage liturgy of any reference to ownership, makes double-ring ceremonies officially part of the wedding and allows either party to initiate a divorce three issues that have long been sticking points among Jewish brides.
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The ultimately goal of both feminism and homosexualism is to destroy any differences between the two sexes and use the state to do so.
Of course, no state can ever change God’s laws:
“So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.”-
This has no place in Judaism. None. This is a mockery of G-d.
Give it a few more generations and there won’t be hardly any Reform or Conservative Jews to speak of since they aren’t having children like the Orthodox.
As most of you know, the "Conservative" Jewish movement isn't. It's a split off from "Reform" (i.e. no Hebrew and virtually atheist) movement. "Conservatives," who, like Reform Jews, hardly ever go to services, are pro-death and pro-homo (as you can tell from the article), and as one poster pointed out, have virtually no children.
For "Conservative" Jews to claim an official position (as it were, eew!) on the rubrics of homo marriage is amusing, but of no significance. Deck chairs, Titanic . . . you can do the math.
>> and use the state to do so.
In my minority opinion, the state does not belong in the marriage business.
In fact, when you look at the legal aspects of marriage you find that the state would have almost no influence over marriage were it not for the special provisions related to "spouses" in tax law and in government programs like Social Security. Without these particular aspects of the law, there's no reason why any married couple with religious inclinations should even feel a need to get the state to recognize their marriage.
thank you for the explanation — many of us would not know that about “conservative” Jewish movement.