Originally Posted by Teddiursa of the Sky
I am not here to challenge your theological views, but what sufficient argument could you have against homosexual marriage? What would motivate you to remain unsupportive of their righteous endeavor, and how is it any different from any other civil rights plight in the history of humanity?
I guess I should correct myself or clarify.
I don't support the "right" to Christian marriage. As in, I don't think churches should have to give the rites under law because it wouls be infringing on their rights.
If a church willingly supports the marriage, I suppose thats fine. But im wary of a group picking and choosing which aspects of doctrine it observes as opposed to following all.
Im fine with civil ceremonies. Domestic partnerships and courthouse ceremonies.
I never said or implied that it was different than other movements. They're human beings and deserve happiness too.