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A Manual for Defending Marriage against Radical Deconstruction

09/11/2014

HeimbachOne of the many controversies of the world today is same-sex marriage. This issue strikes deeply and close to home. Daniel Heimbach in “Why Not Same-Sex Marriage: A Manual for Defending Marriage against Radical Deconstruction,” a book just released by Trusted Books, aims not only to clarify the stakes but to supply much needed help in addressing this issue. “It affects what everyone considers essential by radically threatening to deconstruct the institution most essential to human flourishing and social survival,” Heimbach explains.

Recent polls show that Americans are evenly divided on the issue of same-sex marriage. This state reveals that opinions have been changed and are continuing to change rapidly. Popular attitudes are shifting toward acquiescence and clear preference. “These shifting opinions, however, do not make redefining something as important as marriage right or necessary,” Heimbach emphasizes.

Heimbach focuses on what is objectively true as opposed to subjective feelings. He disputes arguments that are being used to sway public opinion towards supporting same-sex marriage. “I show how claims favoring same-sex marriage are full of distortion, misrepresentation, contradiction and at times just plain nonsense,” Heimbach notes.

“Why Not Same-Sex Marriage: A Manual for Defending Marriage against Radical Deconstruction” is designed to equip those defending marriage on the front lines of contemporary culture. This reference manual enables readers to respond with additional insight into any situation. Defenders of marriage have a new advantage when engaging in conversations.

“Marriage is well worth defending and it is my hope that this book will make a most strategic difference,” Heimbach said.

To purcahse “Why Not Same-Sex Marriage: A Manual for Defending Marriage against Radical Deconstruction” by Daniel Heimbach (Trusted Books, 2014) online, please visit book sellers such as Amazon or Barnes & Noble.


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