Tuesday, 22 April 2014

SPUC's Anthony Ozimic in superb debating form on same-sex marriage

Anthony Ozimic, SPUC's communications manager, is in superb debating form in "The Big Debate" on same-sex marriage at the University of Westminster:

Visitors to my blog may recall Anthony's tour-de force back in January 2013 on ITV's This Morning programme on the subject of same-sex marriage and schools. Not only did Anthony hold his own against what was a three-against-one cross-examination, but the gap in the viewing public's opinions narrowed during the debate from 80%-20% to 60%-40%.

On this occasion, Anthony is debating against David Allison, a spokesperson for Outrage, a militant homosexual campaigning group.

I recommend everyone to watch how Anthony deals concisely, reasonably and convincingly with:
  • the history of marriage
  • the best interests of children
  • the structure of marriage, and
  • why same-sex marriage is a disordered lifestyle choice.
It's clearly essential that all those who seeking to uphold marriage as the permanent, exclusive union of one man and one woman, and as the fundamental goup unit of society, does so in a calm and measured way - as Anthony succeeds in doing in the brief debate recorded above.

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