About Erasmus More

Erasmus More is the pseudonym of a Southern lawyer.

Must the Supreme Court Overturn State Marriage Laws?

By |2015-02-02T23:56:46-06:00February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Government, Homosexual Unions, Marriage, Supreme Court|

The bandwagon in the federal courts to negate the laws of all the states concerning marriage (only eleven states have established homosexual marriage by legislation or ballot initiative) has been rolling since the Supreme Court’s Windsor decision in May 2013, forbidding the federal government from defining marriage in federal programs as it has always been [...]

Homophobia and Evolution in Constitutional Law

By |2015-01-16T13:01:48-06:00December 29th, 2014|Categories: Government, Homosexual Unions, Marriage|

Homosexual marriage has come about in this country primarily by federal judicial order. Before the Supreme Court’s groundbreaking homosexual marriage decision in the Windsor case in May 2013, only five states had created homosexual marriage by legislation, and today still only nine states have done so. Since Windsor, twenty states have had their marriage laws [...]

The Courts Invent Homosexual Marriage

By |2015-01-26T15:12:36-06:00December 8th, 2014|Categories: Featured, Government, Homosexual Unions, Marriage|

Homosexual marriage is primarily a creation of the judiciary, a fact which is especially evident right now as the lower federal courts go about using the United States Supreme Court’s 2013 Windsor decision to nullify the marriage laws of state after state. In this essay, we deal with the decisions of the Massachusetts Supreme Court [...]

Democracy and the End of Marriage

By |2014-12-08T11:42:43-06:00November 11th, 2014|Categories: Democracy, Marriage|

Marriage is being redefined by the United States Supreme Court and the lower federal courts. And with that redefinition has come a redefinition of the separation of powers and maybe of “the power of our people to govern themselves,” as Justice Antonin Scalia said in his dissent in United States v. Windsor, the homosexual marriage case, [...]

Erasmus on the Christian Middle Ages

By |2016-11-26T09:52:23-06:00August 12th, 2011|Categories: Quotation|Tags: |

I saw monarchy without tyranny, aristocracy without factions, democracy without tumult, wealth without luxury… Would that it had been your lot, divine Plato, to come upon such a republic.—on the Christian Middle Ages. For more on the Christian Tradition visit The Imaginative Conservative Bookstore. We hope you will join us in The Imaginative Conservative community. The Imaginative Conservative is an on-line journal for [...]

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