Dr. Walter Schumm is about to find out first-hand how his fellow scientists treat those who question the status quo. He’s about to publish research indicating that homosexual parents are more likely to raise homosexual children. There is an intense amount of scrutiny and skepticism from the academic community against anyone who questions the “goodness” of homosexuality. Most social scientists and researchers have long since succumbed to the belief that homosexuality is a perfectly normal lifestyle. The few scientists and researchers who dare to question this conclusion are labeled as bigots and hacks.
But Dr. Schumm’s findings, which are well-researched and documented, will speak for themselves. He found that “58 percent of the children of lesbians called themselves gay, and 33 percent of the children of gay men called themselves gay.” Keep in mind that only about 5 percent of the children of heterosexual parents end up being homosexual. These figures will be back-breaking to the homosexual activists who seek to normalize gay parenting. Several times a year, homosexual activists come out with new “research” indicating children of homosexual parents are as healthy (or healthier) than children of heterosexual parents. This research is always flawed in various ways, but it is touted as gospel truth by those who want to allow homosexual adoption.
Dr. Schumm’s research is invaluable not just because it gives us concrete scientific evidence that homosexual parenting is NOT the same as heterosexual parenting, but mainly because it serves to merely confirm what God has already told us in Scripture: Homosexual behavior is not normal and should not be treated as such in the eyes of the law. God, through His Word, has given humans a clear picture of the boundaries within which He intended human sexuality to function. At several points in Scripture, God unequivocally declares homosexual behavior as outside of His intended boundaries. Certainly, society should not reward those who reject God’s intention for the home by allowing them to raise and indoctrinate children.
Walter Schumm knows what he’s about to do is unpopular: publish a study arguing that gay parents are more likely to raise gay children than straight parents. But the Kansas State University family studies professor has a detailed analysis that past almost aggressively ideological researchers never …
1 Corinthians 6:9-10
Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor homosexuals, nor sodomites, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners will inherit the kingdom of God.