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The Way Forward: Marriage and Church

First appeared on 11/09/2012. Insights is also available to members via email delivery.

The Way Forward: Marriage and Church

Everyone in the Western world is suffering from an increasingly militant and intolerant secularism, enforced by the modern State. In the wake of the most recent electoral news in the United States, Phil Lawler and I both reflect on a much needed world-wide change of strategy:

In line with the deeper strategy we recommend, I am beginning today what I hope will be a major series of reflections on conversion and human culture. See There is the World, and there is the World with Marriage.

For those following the HHS Mandate in the United States, Bob Marshall (Virginia House of Delegates) has introduced a pair of bills which require insurance carriers who offer immoral coverage in Virginia to offer equivalent health insurance without it—a highly-recommended state strategy. Those interested can study these materials, including an FAQ on the Mandate, and work to get similar bills introduced in other states.... [more content for subscribers]

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