Numerous countries and states have granted the privilege of marriage to people of the same sex. Others are considering doing so.
This has followed after years of progressive moral decline: no-fault divorce, legalized abortion, trial marriages and the sexual revolution, and the gay rights movement. Granting marital status to homosexuals is one of the greatest downward leaps in this long progression.
The purpose of this study is to consider what view decent moral people ought to take, not just about homosexuality in general, but specifically about homosexual marriage. What effects will result if homosexuals are granted the right to marry?
What about people who do not practice homosexuality? How can this affect us?
Consider the following areas of concern: