And the homosexual pride parades will be extra special this year because of the desire to celebrate this history.
Has any culture in history ever recognized homosexual marriage? Until recent years? I was talking to someone who said homosexuality was very open in ancient Rome and ancient Greece. They took issue with me saying that while tolerated, it was not put on the same legal status as male/female marriage.
I always wonder where it will end. Homosexual marriage was inconceivable even less than 20 years ago. It makes you wonder what will be normalized and/or forced through courts in the next 20 years.
In addition to this, though, I wonder about the survival of our culture and society, when we have normalized so many negative behaviors. The “baby mama” culture, the gang culture, the pornography culture, the idiocracy of the entertainment business, etc.
That's because there is only one ultimate culmination of the Age.
Sodom and Gomorrah.....God destroyed them with fire and brimstone...we're next.... or as Billy Grahm once said,...
"If God doesn't judge us he's going to have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah".
It will end in the persecution of the church.
Yeah...up next: NAMBLA...just watch.
The Emperor Nero married his boyfriend, Tigellinus. It did not have a happy ending - for them, that is.