Marriage For All

1740 words, 7 pages

Intro Sample...

1. Introduction:
a. How is marriage defined
b. Thesis: Any two people who are in love should have a right to marry each other, even if they are the same sex.
2. Sacred bond of marriage
a. Divorce among married couples
b. Legal rights bond by marriage
3. Counter argument
a. National organization for marriage
b. Thesis- In an attempt to keep the bond of marriage sacred, homosexuals should not be allowed to marry, this should be kept between a man and a women.
4. Argument to counter argument
a. National organization for marriage is a religious organization seeking a government constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.
b. Separation of church and state
5. Conclusion

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Body Sample...

They believe sex should only happen between a married man and woman for the purpose of reproduction. The church however does not ban marriage ceremonies simple because the man and woman are not virgins before marriage. The religious belief that marriage must remain sacred has already been compromised because of the actions taken between two unwed people of the opposite sex.

Marriage is considered a religious sacrament and should remain the concern of the church. In order to keep the bond of marriage sacred we should adhere to the way of the bible in deciding who should be allowed to marry. The bible states that same sex marriage is wrong. If we allow people of the same sex to marry, marriage loses the sacred meaning.

People argue that marriage is a religious sacrament, and should remain a religious concern verses a government concern. A marriage ceremony may remain religious for those who choose to marry within the church; however the church should not have say as to anyone marrying on government property, such as a city hall. Marriage is in reality is a government concern, and the government should enforce the separation of state and church. Churches or religious organization should have a right to deny the service in their church if they choose, but should not be allowed to determine who marries.

Same sex marriage is a politically and religiously debated topic, which does not seem to be reaching a compromise anytime soon. The national organization for marriage is a non-profit political organization that argues against same sex marriage. It is believed that ...

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