For those of you who know me, you know I am outspoken in my belief that homosexuality is a sin. That being said, I have a few questions. Let’s assume for the rest of this post that I am impartial, and I have no views one way or the other about gay marriage (for the rest of this post, when I use the term “gay marriage” please understand I am referring to a man marrying a man, or a woman marrying a woman).
Why are you for or against it? What exactly would change if homosexuals were able to get married legally? What would be better or worse if homosexuals were not able to get married legally?
So for those of you railing against it? Why?
And those of you getting up in people’s faces about the need for “marriage equality?” Why?
Please feel free to comment, but if you don’t want to respond publicly, I understand. You can email me directly, or message me if you’re one of my Facebook friends. I’m not looking to offend here, but merely to understand.
You should watch the documentary Bridegroom. I’d be interested to know what you think, but apparently we are not friends, anymore.
The biting nature of your comment makes me wonder: were we ever?