At this point, I could care less about gay marriage. If sodomites and lesbians want to be together, it’s small potatoes in the big scheme of things.
The first time the government will enforce a church to observe such a marriage is where the line in the sand will be drawn.
It’s just another trial that we will need to go through.
Last year, the New Mexico Court of Appeals upheld a ruling by the states Human Rights Commission that a Christian wedding photographer was guilty of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation because she refused to photograph a lesbian commitment ceremony.
And just this month, a California Christian college was sued by a transgender student who was expelled after school officials discovered that he/she lied on his/her admissions application, claiming to be female.
Is there any doubt that, at some point, some church will be sued, under some legal pretext, for refusing to marry a gay couple?