Consider my stone on the ground

A great commentary on same-sex marriage with some Biblical context.

Unconventional Spirituality

450px-Gay_coupleMy nephew is gay. In response to many of the hateful remarks made against the LGBT community he crafted a most elegant response.  It contained many of the common statements such as marriage equality does not harm Christians. It does not restrict the ability of Christians to worship their God or exercise their faith. It does not mandate that Christians have to marry the same sex or raise their children to do the same. It does not afford LGBT individuals privileged or special rights not afforded to anyone else.  Marriage equality does not prevent Christians from feeding the hungry and helping the poor. Nor does it soil the sanctity of their third or fourth marriage.

I have read the points made in his commentary in the responses of many other people addressing the resistance to gay marriage. However, it was the statement he ended his response with that struck me……

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