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Why Legalizing SSM Threatens Religious Liberty and Freedom of Conscience

Dread Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 12:51 PM
[What happens to people of faith who support traditional marriage after the legal definition of marriage is redefined as anything other than a union between one man and one woman?] Not a whole lot. We have first amendment protections for speech and religion, and a large bloc of Christian voters. Christian business owners that cater specifically to weddings may have to be wise as serpents if they wish to decline gay clients, but pastors and churches will be fine. Christian business owners that do not fall into a specific religious vocation which provide benefits to married employee’s spouses will have to do the same. Whether or not you would find to be an intolerable religious compromise or not will depend on your conscience.
renny4 Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 1:01 PM
RELIGIOUS freedom is in the FIRST AMENDMENT for a reason. It is a first and foremost right ALL OF THE TIME, not just when homosexuals say so.
Dread Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 12:51 PM
You will find some liberals that scream about that, but that's life, unless the Constitution is amended.

What happens to people of faith who support traditional marriage after the legal definition of marriage is redefined as anything other than a union between one man and one woman? Simple: Their views, I assure you, will be deemed “intolerable” -- and the state will feel compelled to act. Indeed, we’re already seeing this line of persecution happening in Europe (via the Catholic News Agency):

The Danish government recently determined that “gay marriage” includes a right to get married in any church in the country, even if that church objects to such unions. Churches throughout the country will...