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  • Relié: 320 pages
  • Editeur : Ignatius Press (30 avril 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1586178334
  • ISBN-13: 978-1586178338
  • Dimensions du produit: 23,1 x 15,7 x 2,5 cm
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I first came across Robert R. Reilly and his writings when I read his marvelous book “The Closing of the Muslim Mind.” I was greatly impressed with the clarity of his ideas, the high quality of his writing, and the incredibly profound insights that he brought to the table of one of the most troubling and consequential issues of the modern world. In that book he showed very clearly how certain ideas, that may seem rather esoteric and abstract, can have a profound consequence and influence on shaping an entire culture and civilization for centuries or even millennia. It turns out that the intellectual decisions made over a millennium ago are still exerting an enormous influence on the day-to-day politics of the modern World.

In “Making Gay Okay” Reilly brings back his sharp and probing insights to one of the most divisive, if not THE most divisive, political debates in the modern Western world. The current aggressive push to create the legal fiction of “gay marriage” is just the latest, but sadly probably not the last, installment in the profoundly misguided and vicious promotion of the radical gay agenda. The normalization of homosexual behavior, and, even worse, its active promotion has been going on for decades, and will likely only intensify in the upcoming years. This is far from a peaceful and spontaneous grassroots movement that has often been portrayed in the popular media. It is a well-organized, well funded, and politically extremely well connected lobby that has inserted its tentacles in all aspects of the modern life, trying to undermine them or destroy them.

This book consists of two main parts.
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Thoroughly documented, including many misgivings from pro-gay folks 6 mai 2014
Par JILL - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Without delving into even one religious argument, Robert Reilly explains why the very nature of reality is undermined by the broad acceptance of homosexual acts as not only legal but even preferable. Philosophy and natural law say otherwise, so when gay sex acts are lauded, we are left with dissonance of the most extreme kind. How can we deal with this?? Well, I will continue what I began when Obama was re-elected: the TV was shut off, the newspaper was stopped, talk radio was turned to another station, the Drudge Report headlines were laughed at, and political blogs were rarely read. I'm much happier. There is little I can do to halt this onslaught, so I will live in the world over which I have some measure of ability to affect and effect what's good. I must say, their tactics are brilliant, albeit fascist, and I am left to wonder what their strategy is to attempt to overcome God Himself in the teachings of the Catholic Church. As Inigo says, fellow Catholics, "Prepare to die."

For what it's worth, I notice that some of the 5-star and ALL of the 1- or 2-star reviews do NOT indicate that the reviewer has a verified purchase. I hope that everyone who reviews a book really does read it, cover to cover.

I've been curious to see if Ione would EVER stop. She won't. She's commenting all over these reviews. I wonder what else she does with her life. Has anyone managed to have the last word when she is commenting on your review?
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Right on the money 19 mai 2014
Par Cestusdei - Publié sur
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This book should be required reading at every university. It explains why same sex marriage is impossible and cannot happen. It also shows us how homosexuals are working hard to eliminate anyone who disagrees with them. It is a profound warning of the collapse of the family in our society.
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An Honest Look at The Gay Rights Agenda, and the Assault on the Psyches of Vulnerable Young People. 5 mai 2014
Par D. MARTIN - Publié sur
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This is a very courageous and well argued work. It casts light on the homosexual rights agenda. The Author exposes the pressures placed on the society by the well funded gay lobby, by Hollywood, the media and academia, and most egregiously by the Legal Establishment.

It is not at all a hateful book. It is honest. It argues for example that the word "marriage" has a meaning.

In a very real sense, the rule of law is at risk when words lose their meaning. The Big Lie technique can work here.

One of the most important aspects of this book is to expose the effort in schools, elementary and high schools, to encourage the formation in childhood of a gay or lesbian identity and the employment of our schools as governmental reeducation camps where the goal seems to be the systematic destruction of what is healthy and moral.

This book reminds us that our constitution was formed to benefit not merely the founders and those then living but posterity. This book seeks to protect young people who do not as yet have votes, but upon whom the future of this country rests..

Does any honest person imagine that the founders sought to to destroy the family, or would countenance the destruction of the natural family? Does anyone believe that those who enacted the reconstruction amendments after the Civil War did so to promote sodomy? To ask the question is to reveal its answer.

Reilly, by the way, does not let the larger society off the hook. It is a serious well-reasoned work.

I recommend this book for its arguments. Do not dismiss it because epithets are shouted at the author or the book. Read the book, Consider its arguments and documentation, Then make your own considered judgment.

In the words of Edmund Burke, "People will not look forward to posterity who never look backward to their ancestors." Reilly looks back as far as Aristotle.

This book is worthy of the time spent reading it by parents and grandparents who are concerned for the future of the country.

Gay is not good for your health. If the gay life style were simply considered as "smoking" or "obesity" the politically correct would denounce it.

Say a prayer for all the vulnerable young boys and men growing up without fathers. Consider that a wonderful potential training ground for those young people, the Boy scouts of America, has renounced the goal of fostering an untainted and vigorous manliness. It is no longer worthy of them. How terribly sad!

There has been an Orwellian destruction of language when harmful conduct enshrines those engage in it as a protected class.
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A Reasoned Opinion 9 mai 2014
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I just completed this book and found it to be well researched with the author's stated opinions backed up by data and quotes, case law and common sense. The basic premise is that Natural Law and Nature Purpose lay down the foundations for a fruitful and positive life as human beings. Gay people who wish to equate sodomy with sexual love designed by Nature to procreate the race hate this book. They are irrational and wish to turn "wrong" into "right" by forcing the rest of us (and U.S.) to accept, through fascist tactics, their point of view that perverse sexual activity is moral and acceptable. It is obvious that this book struck a nerve within the gay community and among misguided heterosexuals who support their grotesque lifestyle. Remember what your mama told you, "The truth hurts!"
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An extremely charitable book. 29 mai 2014
Par A-Reader - Publié sur
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Reilly's book is nothing if not a presentation of the obvious. The attacks leveled against him as "homophobic" or filled with "hate speech" are a sad testimony to a need to respond emotionally (and erroneously) to a well presented, logical argument. Reilly has isolated the root problem of the disagreement over the homosexual lifestyle in world views which are contradictory and mutually exclusive. Certainly one can disagree with him---though rationally this is not easy because it means surrendering one's relationship with reality---but vicious, ad hominem attacks say infinitely more about the attacker than they do Reilly. There is no bitterness or animosity in this book, only an attempt to see the issue in the light of reason. If we surrender our grasp on reality in order to be politically correct, we lose the ability to reason at all. My wish would be that those who are sexually active in the homosexual life style, as well as their supporters, would see Reilly's book as an act of true charity. When one sees a friend falling, he reaches out to help. No doubt there are those who will rabidly reject the offer of help, but that should not discourage one from trying to help all the same.

The book attempts---successfully, I believe---to make a reasoned argument in defense of the natural law. No recourse is made to specific religious beliefs. It might be correctly argued that traditional religion (specifically Judeo-Christian) is implied in the arguments, but this is so only because these moral codes are themselves rooted in natural law. Aristotle is often cited as offering some of the strongest arguments in defense of Western moral traditions. At no time, however, does Reilly attack on a personal basis. Those who truly understand the concept of charity will admit this even if they disagree. One cannot dismiss the arguments with emotional complaints of hatred and intolerance (which appeals are themselves hateful and intolerant). The book compels the serious reader to evaluate the arguments on their own merits. It has been said that you can ignore reality, but you cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality, a fact that makes itself evident in the unfortunate case of those suffering from AIDS. Whether acknowledged or not, the book is a charitable offer of love and sanity in a world that is increasingly self-centered and intolerant. Reilly's facts are solid, and some of the vicious remarks made about the book (and its author) are really examples of shooting the messenger. The facts are what they are.

This book will help those saturated with moral relativism to at least see how a rational argument can be made. They can, of course, reject it, but the discussions and arguments generated by this book are for rational moments, not crude personal attacks rooted in hatred.
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