A noteworthy pair of serial answers to Dallin H. Oaks and Robert P. George

Alan Westermark @ Scrum Central:

Oaks Rebutted, Chapter One: New Mexico photographer;
Oaks Rebutted, Chapter Two: New Jersey pavilion;
Oaks Rebutted, Chapter Three: Illinois and Wisconsin professors;
Oaks Rebutted, Chapter Four: Georgia and Michigan grad students;
Oaks Rebutted, Chapter Five: The Valiant Little Pastor;
Oaks Rebutted, Chapter Six: Catholic Charities of Boston;
Oaks Rebutted, Chapter Seven: BSA is not a religious organization;
Oaks Rebutted, Chapter Eight: Summing Up.

Rob Tisinai @ Box Turtle Bulletin:

Reply to George: I. Introduction;
Reply to George: II. Dont Get Ahead of Yourself;
Reply to George: III. Stop Sneaking in Your Conclusion!;
Reply to George: IV. Parallels to Interracial Marriage;
Reply to George: V. Can We Talk About Real Marriage?;
Reply to George: VI. Marriage = Man + Woman:
Reply to George: VII. Is Marriage About the Children? Not for George.;
Reply to George: VIII. Only the Dead Can Marry!.

To be continued …

P.S. In other news, Mormon pollster Gary Lawrence has been keeping busy running push-polls against marriage equality in Maryland.

Chino Blanco

--- We are men of action, lies do not become us. ---

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3 Responses

  1. Brad Carmack says:

    Just FYI, I presented my response to Robert George’s What is Marriage? in a conference last weekend. Watch my presentation here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfYqQe-VnHU), download my slides here (http://www.slideshare.net/BradCarmack/and-they-shall-be-one-flesh-why-robert-georges-what-is-marriage-falters), and read my paper (http://www.scribd.com/doc/69140224).

  2. Chino Blanco says:

    Great links, thanks Brad! Nice to see you here. It’s been fun following your efforts these past few years on this front.

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