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Whether you like the fact or not, all Christians have not only the right but also the duty to articulate the objective quality -- or lack thereof -- of a relationship that is fundamentally disordered, objectively evil, and contrary to nature itself.

Given the frequencies of divorce, unwanted pregnancies, adultery, child abuse, and spousal battery exhibited by we Christians (even by church leaders) it's not clear why anyone should listen to what we have to say about the "quality of relationships". It seems to me that a bit less pontificating to others and a bit more living what we preach might be in order.

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