I said the history of marriage is about procreation and, i could add, the responsibility of each partner..Because the onus of the proof is on you. You claim that the purpose of marriage is for procreation.
Why would I have to prove a point that I never made?You need to prove that.
I've never mentioned that that is on the marriage application. It might be a good idea t start using quotes.I have countered your claim with the statement that "procreation has never been on an application or part of a legal construct for marriage". You want to prove your position it is as simple as finding any documentation that counters my claim.
Perhaps you should read the statement again, quote it, and tell me the part with which you disagree.If you look at this statement it is NOT about procreation... it is about why the state currently sanctions marriage... the rearing of children, stability, financial stability, and health, all things that support the state.
I'm not sure where you're going with this. What is the position you believe I have?Which is, again, an appeal to history logical fallacy and does not support your position.