Argumentative Essay On Gay Marriage

The Issue of Gay Marriage
Being married has always been something I have thought about since I was a little girl. From that time on, I have always seen and been taught that marriage is between a man and woman. With the way that society is changing every day, it now views many things differently than it did years ago. Recently, there has been a breakthrough on the idea of homosexual marriage, and all 50 states have agreed to allow two people of the same sex to get married. Homosexual marriage is becoming more widely known, but it is not really something I have ever imagined to be such an issue. Personally, I think that it is not an acceptable way of life to be married to someone…

Two people that are married may not be capable to produce children due to medical reasoning or issues that they cannot control, which may be a problem but there are other ways to be able to have children if they decide to take that option. Sometimes in peoples’ marriage they decide that they do not want children, but for this instance, I am taking a stance from the people that do want children because they can conceive them properly. For those that are non-believers in Christ this question also raises concern, for example a website says, “The most common non-religious argument against gay marriage, of course, is that gay parents cannot naturally reproduce, and that reproduction ensures the continuation and viability of the existence of the state. This comes the closest to meeting the criterion of a state interest that is not connected to religious belief (Bierma, Nathan).” In the bible it states “God blessed them and said to them, ‘Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every living creature that moves on the ground. Gods plan for creation was for men and women to marry and have children. A man and a woman would form a “one-flesh” union through marriage (Genesis 2:24), and they with their children become a family, the essential building block of human society (“What does the bible say about…