Look at this screenshot I took last night:
I was searching for a particular quote. A while back, somebody on the Left said that sexual liberty is more important than religious liberty and I wanted to find the exact quote. Went Google and started typing ‘sexual liberty is more…’ The screenshot is what Google showed me. Google created this list based on real searches by real people–it is not a fictional list. Real people are actually typing these statements into Google looking for similar results. (I eventually found the original quote here.)
I showed this screenshot to Dr. Morse and this is what she had this to say about it:
“These are the statements of an addict.”
Wow, how true. Anybody who has been around an addict knows that they will sacrifice anything and everything for their addiction… children, family, law, security, equality, life.
How will we respond as our culture and legal system elevate ‘sexual liberty’ above every other liberty?
Our Ruth Institute Recipes for Peace campaign is winding down. I want to thank everyone who participated by posting cute family photos and survival tips for the holidays! I had a lot of fun, and I can tell that all of you did as well.
Let us remember that Jesus is the King of Peace. He allowed Himself to come to us as a child, in all the weakness and vulnerability of an infant. He allowed us to do our worst to Him, and still He loves us. He triumphed over our sins, and even death itself. All of this is foreshadowed in the modesty of his birth.
Have a very Merry and Blessed Christmas everyone, from all of us at the Ruth Institute!
1) PRAY for the Ruth Institute – for our safety and for the transformation of the hearts and minds of those we encounter.
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No time to read? Not a problem. Get this three-CD set, based on Dr. Morse’s best selling book of the same name and listen while you drive!
Dating is difficult, especially if you’re looking for a serious relationship and not just a casual hook-up. If you or someone you love is hoping to get married and stay married, get this CD set for yourself or as a Christmas gift for a friend. Find it here.
Do you prefer turning pages? We’ve got you covered. Get the book here.
Pst! There’s also a digital read-only version for only $4.99 here! But don’t tell anyone!
Head on over to iTunes or LibSyn to check out Ruth’s newest audio, The Gay Agenda in the Media, where Dr. J and Drew Mariani are discussing the ways homosexual activity is becoming more mainstream in television commercials and programming. (This is a rebroadcast of her interview yesterday on the The Drew Mariani Show.)
Do you support natural marriage, but don’t know how to explain why, especially without reaching for a Bible?
Let us make it easier for you! Read 77 Non-Religious Reasons to Support Man/Woman Marriage and/or simply have several copies on hand to give to people when the topic comes up.
For example: Reason 67 says, “Same s*x marriage separates children from at least one of their parents, not due to extraordinary circumstances, as arise in adoption, but as a routine procedure.”
This is a 10-panel, accordion-folded pamphlet. It’s easy to read and easy to mail to a friend in a standard-sized long envelope.
It is offered both as a paper pamphlet for $2.50 and as a digital “read only” download for only $1. You can find it here.
Dr. Morse is quoted in this article on the 6th Circuit Court’s upholding of natural marriage:
““It lays out some places where the Supreme Court is going to have to rule,” said Jennifer Roback Morse, founder of the Ruth Institute. Sutton, she noted, calls attention to the fact that the high court already ruled that marriage is a state, not a federal, issue, setting a binding precedent that has never been overturned.”
(BTW, this is a photo of Judge Sutton, whose carefully crafted opinion is giving us the opportunity to be heard at the US Supreme Court.)
Friday, November 7, 6 p.m.– Saturday, November 8, 9 p.m.
Join 200+ students and young adults from colleges and universities across the country in Princeton next weekend to learn from leading scholars and experts on marriage, the family, and sexuality. Housing is available for undergraduate students. Talks will include:
Recognize that most people are thinking of themselves most of the time. Seeing this about your spouse will save you a lot of disappointment. Seeing this about yourself will help you realize what your spouse has to put up with.
How many times have you launched into the intricacies of the all-consuming project your working on, only to take a breath and have your spouse change the subject to whatever all-consuming task he or she is working on? Then when your spouse pauses, you go back to talking about your thing, slightly annoyed that he or she changed the subject. But no matter how important and interesting you think your project is, the world still doesn’t revolve around you. If anything, it revolves around the two of you as a pair. Access your inner child, go back to kindergarten, and learn how to share.
Find more marriage tips here.
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse’s Smart Sex: Finding Life-Long Love in a Hook-Up World will help you navigate the fall-out from the Sexual Revolution.
If you are looking for love that lasts, while avoiding the common trend of meaningless sexual encounters, this book is for you. If you have loved ones who are being sucked in by societal norms regarding relationships, buy them a copy of this book, or read it yourself to help guide your friends and family along the right path toward true love and fulfillment.
With a forward by Chuck Colson.
Order a paper copy or digital file of the book here.