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Gay Marriage at the Ballot Box

HeraldOfGalactus Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:06 AM
But if the NT can override the OT, doesn't that also imply that God's decree are fluid in that they account for changes in a situation? A lot has changed since the first century. Do the biblical standards (keeping in mind that the bible is NOT God) still have to apply to homosexuality? How is that anything other than mere picking and choosing?

SUPPORTERS OF SAME-SEX MARRIAGE have reason to cheer after last week's election. Supporters of democratic self-government, even those of us who oppose gay marriage, do too.

On Nov. 6, for the first time ever, voters in three states – Maine, Maryland, and Washington – redefined marriage by popular vote. In Minnesota, residents said no to a constitutional amendment enshrining the traditional understanding of marriage as the union of a man and a woman. There is no denying the significance of these results: Previously the issue had gone to the ballot in 32 states, and in all 32 same-sex marriage was defeated....