The West, the Family, and the Big Picture: Which Side of History is the U.S. On?
By Eric Metaxas
If you feel like believing in Christian morality makes you a weirdo these days, maybe it’s time to look at the bigger — even global — picture.
The world is leaving us and our values behind. If we don’t get with the times, we may soon find ourselves isolated and irrelevant. If you think I’m talking about Christians and the recent Supreme Court decision on same-sex “marriage,” think again.
Of course, if you don’t read international and Christian news sources, you probably didn’t know that last week the UN Human Rights Council passed The Protection of the Family resolution. Not surprisingly, the mainstream U. S. media ignored the story.
The resolution, approved by a vote of 27 to 14, urges member states to adopt laws and policies that support the family—yes, the family—definite article. It calls the family, “the natural environment for the growth and well-being of all its members and particularly children.”
It goes on to insist that while governments have a place in protecting the human rights of all, “the family has primary responsibility for the nurturing and protection of children.”
While our country was splashing rainbows on government buildings to celebrate our un-defining of marriage and family, the global community was reaffirming God’s created definition. It’s an important moment that shows why, in the long run, federal judges cannot change the truth…
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