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Part of the beauty of biological families is that they are not chosen. In essence, they are built around obligation, a duty to the other, not merely as a means of self-fulfillment.

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Pleas for tolerance and inclusion are often pretext for intolerance and exclusion.
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Dr. Kristin Collier Shows Why Freedom of Speech Blesses Everyone

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Why “Chosen Families” Can Never Replace the Family

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LGBTQ activists swiftly complained that this was “hate speech” and got Martin fired from her day job at a housing association.
Couples committed enough to fight for their marriage stand a good chance of making it. Eighty percent of couples who participated in Focus on the Family’s Hope Restored Marriage Intensive are still together two years later.
U.K. Mayoral Candidate Loses Job for View on Marriage August 17, 2022 Pleas for tolerance and inclusion are often pretext for intolerance and exclusion.
The Divorce Risk by Marital “Age” August 16, 2022 A recent article in Fatherly summed up the risk of divorce by married years. Years…
LGBTQ activists swiftly complained that this was “hate speech” and got Martin fired from her day job at a housing association.

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LGBTQ activists swiftly complained that this was “hate speech” and got Martin fired from her day job at a housing association.
Dr. Kristin Collier is a professor of internal medicine at the University of Michigan and director of the school’s Program on Health, Spirituality and Religion.
Couples committed enough to fight for their marriage stand a good chance of making it. Eighty percent of couples who participated in Focus on the Family’s Hope Restored Marriage Intensive are still together two years later.
Dr. Kristin Collier Shows Why Freedom of Speech Blesses Everyone August 16, 2022 A group of 300 students protested because of Collier’s pro-life views. “We demand that UM stands in…
The Divorce Risk by Marital “Age” August 16, 2022 A recent article in Fatherly summed up the risk of divorce by married years. Years…

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