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Mehan on Reilly: Making Gay Okay

Tracy Mehan reviews Robert Reilly‘s Making Gay Okay: How Rationalizing Homosexual Behavior Is Changing Everything
(Ignatius, 2014) at Mercatornet.

Writes Mehan:

Making Gay Okay also provides an account of the slow devolution of American law from one guided by natural law and Blackstone to that of secular irrationalism. From abortion to sodomy to homosexual marriage, and even a recent case allowing polygamy in Utah, the courts have executed a decided shift from Aristotle and Nature to a post-modern deconstruction of anything like public morality. The “supreme irony” is that the abandonment of Nature, reason, and an objective sexual morality contradicts the “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God,” those self-evident truths set out in the Declaration of Independence. All of this, argues Reilly, is leading to the “loss of objective reality — a loss that is transforming the right to life into death (abortion), liberty into license, and the pursuit of happiness into hedonism.”

– See more at: http://www.mercatornet.com/articles/view/does_sex_have_a_purpose#sthash.oWSQHmnu.dpuf



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