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Usher In A Redefinition of Marriage, Usher Out Religious Liberty

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 2:45 PM
I have no idea what you could possibly mean with this statement Camber I want people treated equally under the law, have I ever said anything else? Why does that make a person appear simple?
DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 3:07 PM
"I want people treated equally under the law"

That includes all people having to meet the same criteria for marriage. Is that what you want?

NOTE: This is the fourth column in a series of columns related to National Marriage Week, Feb. 7-14, 2013. The third column is available here.

Disagreements and projections abound in the dialogue about marriage and its redefinition to include same-sex couples. But both sides agree on one issue: redefining marriage significantly jeopardizes religious freedom—the first liberty upon which our nation was founded.

The convergence of several factors creates this unavoidable clash between religious liberty and redefining marriage. First, the vast majority of religious adherents in America believe that marriage is the union of one man and one woman. And because...