Defending a Higher Law Now Published in Estonia

Defending a Higher Law Now Published in EstoniaAs part of its expanding effort to oppose same sex “marriage,” the TFP-inspired Fr. Peter Skarga Association for Christian Culture (Stowarzyszenie Kultury Chrzescijanskiej im. Ks. Piotra Skargi) has just published an Estonian edition of American TFPs hard-hitting book Defending A Higher Law: Why We Must Resist Same-sex “Marriage” and the Homosexual Movement.

Written by the TFP Committee on American Issues, the newly translated book is spreading far and wide in the tiny Baltic country which, ever since it joined the European Union, has been heroically resisting pressure to adopt the EU’s pro-homosexual laws. Published at the end of 2009, the book is already having great repercussion.

Defending a Higher Law: Why We Must Resist Same-Sex “Marriage” and the Homosexual Movement, emphatically affirms that human nature defines the properties of marriage as between a man and a woman with the primary purpose of procreation and the education of children. It has been spread worldwide as a veritable handbook in combating the homosexual agenda.

The book has been published in English, French, Polish, Spanish, Lithuanian, Latvian and Portuguese. Wherever it has circulated it has proven to be a powerful aid in their continuing fight in defense of traditional marriage. The work outlines the dangers that the homosexual agenda poses to society, refutes common myths concerning homosexuality and clearly outlines Church teaching on the sin of sodomy.

In addition, the book has been acclaimed by pro-family and Catholic leaders worldwide. It received letters of recommendation from Cardinal Jorge A. Medina and Cardinal Janis Pujats. Defending a Higher Law is also recommended by Bishops Bruskewitz, Vasa and Nienstedt as well as Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss of Omaha, Nebr. and Archbishop Antonio Moreno Casmitjana of Ssma. Concepción, Chile.

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