Believes Gender Is “Essential Aspect Of What Being Human Is All About”
Pope Benedict XVI recently used his Christmas address to speak out against the social danger of homosexuality.
He examined the importance of the natural, heterosexual family:
“Only in self-giving does man find himself, and only by opening himself to the other, to others, to children, to the family, only by letting himself be changed through suffering, does he discover the breadth of his humanity. When such commitment is repudiated, the key figures of human existence likewise vanish: father, mother, child – essential elements of the experience of being human are lost.”
He also explained the importance of gender differences:
“Being created by God as male and female pertains to the essence of the human creature. This duality is an essential aspect of what being human is all about, as ordained by God. This very duality as something previously given is what is now disputed.”
Later he adds:
“Man and woman in their created state as complementary versions of what it means to be human are disputed. But if there is no pre-ordained duality of man and woman in creation, then neither is the family any longer a reality established by creation.”
Not surprisingly, the liberal media has already criticized the Pope and Salon Magazine referred to the speech as “the pope’s hateful Christmas message.”
Jett and Jahn Media fully supports Pope Benedict XVI for spreading the truth about homosexuality.
Psychologists believe that children need a mother and a father. Medical theories claim homosexual families do not provide children with a stable, gender balanced environment.
Dr. Jeffrey Satinover was a professor at Yale University and the former president of the C.G. Jung Foundation. He holds degrees from MIT, the University of Texas, and Harvard University.
In 1997, the state of Florida asked him to testify about homosexual adoption in court. In his testimony, he claimed:
“If two homosexuals wanted to adopt a child, I would have no objection to it if one of them was a man and one of them was a woman.”
Dr. Satinover later explained, “In every area of life, cognitive, emotional, social, developmental, at every phase of the life cycle, social evidence shows that there are measurable effects when children lack either a mother or a father. The evidence is overwhelming. Mountains of evidence, collected over decades, show that children need both mothers and fathers.”