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Subject Can Christianity, Homosexual Acceptance and Secularism *stand together* in Society?
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MARRIAGE IS SLOWLY DYING IN SCANDINAVIA.


A majority of children in Sweden and Norway are born out of wedlock. Sixty percent of first-born children in Denmark have unmarried parents. Not coincidentally, these countries have had something close to full gay marriage for a decade or more. Same-sex marriage has locked in and reinforced an existing Scandinavian trend toward the separation of marriage and parenthood.

The Nordic family pattern--including gay marriage--is spreading across Europe. And by looking closely at it we can answer the key empirical question underlying the gay marriage debate. Will same-sex marriage undermine the institution of marriage? It already has.

More precisely, it has further undermined the institution. The separation of marriage from parenthood was increasing; gay marriage has widened the separation. Out-of-wedlock birthrates were rising; gay marriage has added to the factors pushing those rates higher. Instead of encouraging a society-wide return to marriage, Scandinavian gay marriage has driven home the message that marriage itself is outdated, and that virtually any family form, including out-of-wedlock parenthood, is acceptable.


IS BRITIAN LOSING IT"S RELIGION?
A High Court ruled banning prayers from council meetings and Muslim Conservative MP Baroness Warsi has suggested that a 'militant secularisation' is taking hold of our society, but is Britain losing its religion?

Minister Warsi warns against 'militant secularism'

A Muslim cabinet minister warned on Tuesday against the rise of "militant secularism" in European society, arguing during a visit to the Vatican that the continent must not ignore its Christian roots.
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