Attacks one marriage have recently come from many sides. There is the "marriage equality" bill that apparently believes that marriage is nothing other then whatever the state feels like it is: nothing other than a mutual partnership. Marriage has also been attacked through the massive distribution of birth control and reliance on abortion. Marriage itself is one of the most important, stablizing, and most of all sacred institutions we have. One of the common arguments of the left is a rather bizaare idea that marriage is about "two people loving each other". I always wondered if this was what marriage was about, because of this, I referred to the wisest man who ever lived and thus it is written:
'But at the beginning of creation God made them MALE and FEMALE. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, 8 and the two will become ONE FLESH.[c] So THEY ARE NO LONGER TWO, BUT ONE FLESH. 9 Therefore what God has joined together, LET NO MAN SEPARATE' (-Mark 10:7-9)
Now obviously this was in response to the question regarding divorce. But it still emphasizing some extremely important points. In the eyes the Christ, marriage is not bout two people, but about one. This marriage is a divinely sacred union, not some stupid disgusting mutual partnership. Ancient Greece had some interesting partnerships too that were sociologically encouraged. But "Marriage Equality" is a partnership that should never be tolerated. If it was God's will that people would have these parnterships, obviously he would have made no distinction in gender nor would he have wanted us to create life as he did for us.