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Homosexual Activists Admit Negative Health Consequences of Homosexual Behavior

A group of homosexuals headed by Gens Hellquist, director of the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, has filed a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC), in which they detail the numerous statistics that prove the high-risk nature of the homosexual lifestyle. 

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Christian Medical Association Statement on Homosexuality

The Christian Medical Association is the nation’s largest organization of faith-based doctors, and serves as a Christian voice on today’s most important bioethical issues. CMA responds to breaking bioethical news regarding such issues as abortion, human cloning, physician-assisted suicide, stem cell research and more. CMA has released a statement about the Biblical, Medical, and Social consequences of homosexual behavior and a homosexual lifestyle that I thought you would find thought provoking and helpful.

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Newsweek Goes for Gay Marriage by Turning the Bible on its Head

Newsweek magazine, one of the most influential news magazines in America, has decided to come out for same-sex marriage in a big way, and to do so by means of a very flawed biblical and theological argument. 

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Newsweek’s Opinion about Gay Marriage Takes the Bible on a Joy Ride

Newsweek has declared war on marriage. That is the only way to interpret its publishing a lengthy cover story by Lisa Miller that rehashes a laundry list of unoriginal arguments in favor of same-sex “marriage.” There are so many logical and theological errors in this piece that I felt it deserved a detailed, point-by-point rebuttal. 

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Gay Brains Structured Like Those of the Opposite Sex

ABC News is reporting that “brain scans have provided the most compelling evidence yet that being gay or straight is a biologically fixed trait.”

The researchers say that the brain scans they performed revealed that in gay people, key structures of the brain governing emotion, mood, anxiety and aggressiveness resemble those in straight people of the opposite sex. Continue reading