not just for Catholics (again)

By Diogenes ( articles ) | Dec 21, 2006

The president of the Canadian bishops' conference offers some instruction to the nation's prime minister:

"For Catholics, marriage is an issue intimately related to human nature which has been created male and female," wrote Sherbrooke Archbishop Andre Gaumond in a Dec. 18 letter to Harper. [Emphasis added]

Is it different for non-Catholics, then? Because if it is, you can't very well say that it's "intimately related to human nature." You might as well concede that it's all just a matter of opinion.

Once you put those two words at the beginning of the sentence, you're already lost the argument, no matter what follows.

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