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About the Theme of the Week
Each week on Colson Center.org, BreakPoint Radio and BreakPoint.org, WorldviewChurch.org and other channels we publish a great deal of new content around a vital theme. The ReSeries, John Stonestreet's video commentary, is often (but not always) the cornerstone of the weekly theme.
Here we go: The Supreme Court is about to hand down rulings on two pivotal cases in the battle between advocates of traditional marriage and homosexual activists. If the Court strikes down the Defense of Marriage Act and California's more recent Proposition 8, the decision will likely be hailed as the final nail in the coffin of those who believe marriage is a public union between one man and one woman. But as John Stonestreet points out in this week's edition of our "Re Series" video commentaries, people said the same thing about the abortion debate in 1973 after the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Roe v. Wade. Back then, the fight was seen as over. Opponents of legalized abortion had lost, we were told, and a new constitutional right had been enshrined in American law. Soon culture, spearheaded by a new, progressive generation would follow, and abortion would become as American as cherry pie.
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