New York City’s new Roman Catholic Archbishop, Timothy Dolan, was installed only one week ago and has been quite busy. In addition to using his new platform to speak out against gay rights, the archbishop has apparently been studying the Human Genome Project in night school. Dolan tells the New York Post "traditional" marriage is "embedded in the human DNA.
The archbishop claims: "There's an in-built code of right and wrong embedded in the human DNA. Hard-wired into us is a dictionary, and the dictionary defines marriage as between one man, one woman for life."
The archbishop also warns gay rights advocates against trying to "tamper" with that "code."
Dolan's warning and the full video interview AFTER THE JUMP.
Archbishop Dolan tells the Post:, "Hard-wired into us is a dictionary, and the dictionary defines marriage as between one man, one woman for life, please God, leading to the procreation of human life. And if we begin to tamper with the very definition of marriage, then we're going to be in big trouble. We're not anti-gay—we're pro the most basic definition of marriage."
One man ... one woman ... for life? Please tell that to serial, "Catholic" adulterers such as Newt Gingrich and Rudy Giulani who have been married several times and want to prevent us from being married just once.
Dolan is making very broad claims about the biological science of DNA, and, it seems the archbishop the one asking for "big trouble." But Rod 2.0 reader FREELEO asks an even more basic question: "Now the church believes in science?"