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Gay Marriage: Culture War or Ambush?

Todd94 Wrote: May 23, 2012 8:51 PM
Great article. It's God's plan. Simple. Some of you don't like it because it doesn't fit in with your ailment. You are the same people that quit the game and took your ball home when you lost as children. Marriage is something we do to honor God. Gay people do not honor God by trying to marry. You know this but keep thinking that if you say it over and over eventually people will believe it but The Bible keeps us on God's course. Gay marriages may be the law of this country someday, maybe soon. The only problem is Gay marriages will only be important or worthy in the eye's of certain men. They will never receive God's blessing and you know it in your hearts. They will always be counterfeit marriages.
K'ssandra Wrote: May 23, 2012 8:56 PM
Given that we don't live in a theocracy what you think god thinks is totally immaterial to the laws of this nation. Those of us who believe already know we have the blessing of the deity(s), what we are fighting for is legal equality.
Bill1895 Wrote: May 23, 2012 9:34 PM
Read the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution
K'ssandra Wrote: May 23, 2012 9:48 PM
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion" meaning there is no "Official Church of the United States", meaning our government is not theocracy, meaning that expecting the laws of this nation to conform to anyone's "holy book" is unacceptable.

When President Obama recently completed his “evolution” on homosexual marriage, he ambushed not only some of his friends, but the majority of Americans who still hold to the truth of heterosexual marriage.

For years, pundits have debated the “culture war.” The term war, however, implies that two equal sides are duking it out. But is that really true? How can the sides be equal when one side is simply trying to maintain territories of ancient and biblical truth—a truth that has served civilization for more than 6,000 years?

No, what is happening now—championed by no less a figure than the President...