The Engaging Essentials – 9/29


Pulling Back from Divorce – Here is an intriguing article from the USA Today noting how many couples, having once filed for divorce, are instead working through tough issues to continue their marriage.  Pray such a trend continues . . . and that government will make it easier to mend marriages, not easier to end them.

Why Can’t I Own Canadians?Tim Challies linked to this in his daily link sharing post yesterday.  It’s hard to describe, except to say that theologian Michael Horton does a fabulous job of refuting common argument thrown at us by same-sex activists, namely, the “Leviticus [false] dilemma.”

Rights Clash in NY – As predicted, the redefinition of marriage in NY has pitted the “civil” rights of homosexual couples vs. the religious liberty rights of an individual.  Please note, the much vaulted protections for religious freedom that helped senators feel comfortable redefining marriage in NY cannot protect this clerk.

38 Ways to Make a Baby – Food for thought: “Whether out of ignorance or oversight, the pro-life community has until recently tended to overlook embryo destruction that occurs ex vivo. . . .But while the motives may differ, all created embryos have the same moral status and deserve the same level of protection from harm. The pain of infertility does not provide an exemption to this obligation.”  Consider also the re-release of West Virginia native Robert George’s book, Embryo.

About Jeremy Dys

Jeremy Dys is the FPCWV's President and General Counsel. In addition to his duties of providing strategic vision and leadership to the FPCWV, Dys is the chief lobbyist and spokesman. Dys is regularly featured in local, state, and national print, radio, and television outlets. He lives close to Charleston with his wife and growing family.

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