Mar 01, 2004 Print this article

Defending A Higher Law Goes Nationwide

As part of its Traditional Marriage Crusade, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) is holding promotional talks and signings for it s new book against same-sex “marriage.”

In the first week after its publication, the book has been promoted at events in St. Louis, Miami and Rochester.

The newly launched book is titled Defending a Higher Law: Why We Must Resist Same-Sex “Marriage” and the Homosexual Movement. Written by the TFP Committee on American Issues, the 232-page book is a much needed defense of traditional marriage and a powerful and incisive attack on the myths buttressing the homosexual agenda.

The events brought TFP supporters and friends together to discuss how to confront the same-sex “marriage” offensive that is falsely trying to turn the issue into a civil rights movement. Catholics were reminded that there is a consistent 2000-year body of Church teachings against the practice of homosexuality.

When speaking of lack of scientific data to back up claims by activists who promote the homosexual agenda, speaker John Horvat told a crowd in Miami. “Never has such a minute group affirmed so much with so little evidence.”

“Never miss an opportunity to speak out against the homosexual agenda,” advised TFP member Michael Whitcraft in St. Louis. “Use this book. You will be surprised how often the opportunity will present itself.”

In Rochester, Mr. Horvat pointed out that active homosexuals make up little more than two percent of the population. He exhorted all those who make up the overwhelming majority to stand up to the media and politically correct attitudes that prevail.

“Never have so many been intimidated so much by so few,” Mr. Horvat affirmed. “We must not give in. We must defend a higher law.”

Read Defending a Higher Law online