The first book of its kind written for Catholics, O'Leary shares her knowledge and experience of every facet of the gay-marriage debate: politics, psychology, biology, religion, and social science. With clarity and force she tackles the many myths surrounding this contentious issue.
One Man, One Woman shows how the redefinition of marriage in Europe and Canada has already taken a predictable toll on marriage rates, family stability, religious freedom, and children's well-being. And there are ominous signs that radical social engineers are plotting a similar course for the United States: toward a future in which marriage is considered a quaint anachronism, and "intolerant" beliefs are strictly censored.
This book includes a twelve-point practical plan for saving marriage for the next generation--a plan that begins and ends not in anger, but with genuine love and compassion.
So whether you're trying to fight City Hall, answer the challenges of a relative or friend, or even quiet your own nagging doubts, One Man, One Woman is your single source for the facts you need to understand and defend the truth about marriage.
About the Author:
Dale O’Leary is an award-winning journalist and an internationally known lecturer on marriage, feminism, life issues, and the Culture War. Her book, The Gender Agenda: Redefining Equality, has been published in three languages. O’Leary is a US writer with a special interest in psycho-sexual issues, and resides in Florida.
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