Wis. Student 'Censored, Punished' by School for Gay Adoption Beliefs
A 15-year-old Wisconsin student has been "censored and punished" for expressing his Christian beliefs â€“ supporting the biblical family view â€“ in a school newspaper op-ed article about homosexuality and same-sex parent adoption.
He cited various authorities and sources, including Scripture, in defense of his opinions. Wegner argued that children raised in an environment in which the mother and father are present had the best chance for success and that homosexual adoption should be prohibited. His article was released in conjunction with an opposing viewpoint provided by another student, Maddie Marquardt, also "The Hawk's Post" copy editor. Marquardt countered in her argument that gay couples should be able to adopt because the foster system is broken and children need a two-parent home.
School officials at Shawano School District were alerted to the editorial column by a homosexual parent who...
Marquardt countered... "children need a two-parent home."
"a two parent home"?
Shall we begin by redefining words that have had thousands of years of common meaning. How ludicrous! A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump. Most people think that little is affected by this per-version, but it corrupts everything it touches.
Just how many words have been changed to accommodate its acceptance?
"Gay," "marriage," "same-sex," etc.
How many words have been dropped from our vocabulary so as not to offend the politically correct sensitive folks?
Oh, I forgot, I can't use those words here on Sermon Audio. I don't mean to blame SA, I know that they censor them so they are not abused, or rather, so they are not used to abuse, but others don't have that valid reason...
When you change the meaning of words you change people's understanding of things. But God is not politically correct - HE IS NO RESPECTER OF PERSONS and He calls it "AN ABOMINATION!"
Random House Webster's Dictionary:
1. anything abominable; anything greatly disliked or abhorred.
2. intense aversion or loathing; detestation: He regarded lying with abomination.
3. a vile, shameful, or detestable action, condition, habit, etc.: Spitting in public is an abomination.