In his new book, Making Gay Okay, Robert R. Reilly argues that the modern rationalization of homosexuality signals a radical moral upheaval, one which could bring human society — or even possibly the human race — to its knees. No pun intended.

Spencer Irvine at Accuracy in Academia writes:

LGBT Movement’s “New Morality”: Making Gay Okay

Author Robert Reilly’s latest book, “Making Gay Okay: How Rationalizing Homosexual Behavior is Changing Everything,” dissects the homosexual movement’s strategy of indoctrinating Americans on the pros (but not cons) of LGBT behavior.

The new norm of sexual behavior is “if you rationalize my sexual misbehavior, I’ll rationalize yours” as well. This goes against the natural law of man, which were recognized by ancient Greeks. Even the Greeks believed that a mentor-mentee relationship should be platonic between a wiser, older man and a younger man seeking wisdom, which iscontrary to the modernmedia’s perception of Greek culture. Those who disobeyed the natural law were punished.

Marriage, contends Reilly, fulfills natural law. Without marriage of opposite sex couples, there is little-to-no future of the state or society. Homosexual, or same-sex, marriages are naturally sterile and would have to rely on adoption or other individuals for children and offspring. In his words, “same-sex relationships exchange this potency [i.e. having children] for impotency.” By not recognizing the value of traditional marriage and gender roles, it becomes “a denial of humanity, of what [it] is.” Rationalizing homosexual behavior as normal is, says Reilly, “robbing the word Nature of its meaning.”

The dissolution of the family and the sterility of same-sex families will create a more government-dependent American society, warns Reilly. The campaign team for President Obama used a graphic known as “The Life of Julia,” where a woman depends on the government for her livelihood and where “family is practically nowhere present.” This paints “government dependence and family absence as a success, rather than as a warning.” As MSNBC anchor Melissa Harris-Perry said, in supporting this government-dependent view, “We have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to their communities.”

Also, Reilly brings up the term “sodomy,” which is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “anal or oral copulation with a member of the same or opposite sex.” He contends that with rampant sexual misbehavior, rationalizations take place:

“Thus rationalizations become an engine for revolutionary change that will affect society as a whole…If you are going to center your public life on the private act of sodomy, you had better transform sodomy into a highly moral act. If sodomy is a moral disorder, it cannot be legitimately advanced on the legal or civil level.”

Reilly goes on to say that this leads to other implications, by abandoning one standard that affects others:

“As a moral act, sodomy should be normative. If it is normative, it should be taught in our schools as a standard. If it is a standard, it should be enforced. In fact…sodomy should be sacramentalized.”