Justices of the peace won’t have a conscientious objection capability — this is not usually a problem among actual religions, in which, say, a Mormon priest won’t marry non-Mormons, or an Islamic imam won’t marry non-Muslims, and there is no legal complaint.
We’ll see...I’m not so optimistic.
These idiots make it up as they go along. I have no problem co-existing with homosexuals; just don’t force me to think it’s normal, or natural; it’s not.
There have been a lot of suits filed, and cases where protests have been done, in Christian Churches though.
Another objection from the Church, is they are forced by law to allow gays to work at the churches and interfere with Catholic adoption services. It goes far beyond marriage. Just as we have seen in MA.
Whats the saying, if you don't use it you lose it.
I don't think government can force anyone to do anything against their conscience when it comes to morality and practicing religion. Individual religious conviction is only as strong and as serious as the individual having it makes it.