In a profile published in The Washington Post, Ryan Anderson says the doesn't believe anything in life, including gay marriage, is inevitable.

Anderson is the 31-year-old out-of-nowhere activist who challenged Piers Morgan and Suze Orman on the issue during a televised townhall discussion on the subject in March.

He's also the author of What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense, which he wrote with Robert P. George, a former chairman of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM).

In the piece, Anderson said that he opposes gay nuptials because “There would be no government institution that defends the idea that children deserve both a mother and a father,” “The redefinition of marriage won't stop with gay marriage” and “The impact it could have on religious liberty and rights of conscience for opponents.”

Anderson said in the profile, which appeared in the Post's On Faith section but was written by Religion News Service, that he's optimistic.

People called Marxism, socialism, the Equal Rights Amendment, now abortion rights inevitable,” he said. “I don't think anything in life is inevitable.”