In the “too-weird-to-be-true” category comes this bizarre development from Pittsburgh. A man wants to “marry” his adopted son.
Here we have two gay seniors who “created” their own family some years ago via a warped view of adoption. Now, they want the courts to undo that so they can get “married.”
But after filing paperwork to do so, Esposito and Bosee were rejected since fathers are not allowed to “marry” their adopted sons.
But, what is more chilling here is the further expansion into meaninglessness of what marriage used to be.
He’s right. If America can’t find a way to close the cultural Pandora’s Box, we are doomed to degenerate into anarchy and national suicide.
“[I]f the taboos against homosexual ‘marriage’ are now considered outdated and intolerant, why can’t the same thing be said about the taboos against adult incest?” he wrote in a recent article entitled “[I]f Leviticus 18 does not apply to believers today (including, of course, the prohibition against homosexual practice in Leviticus 18:22), then why should the prohibitions against incest in that same chapter (found in verses 6-17) still apply? After all, Jesus didn’t say anything about incest, so it couldn’t be that important, right?”