Should Traditional-Marriage-Only Supporters Have a Voice?
Little more than a month after Mozilla Firefox CEO Brendan Eich resigned, following a revelation that he had donated $1,000 to a 2008 campaign seeking to ban same-sex marriage in California, same-sex marriage supporters are actively debating whether supporters of traditional marriage should always be equated with hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan.
Last week, over 50 academics and intellectuals published an op-ed entitled Freedom to Marry, Freedom to Dissent: Why We Must Have Both, where they pledged support for gay marriage and but also for keeping the public square respectful towards those who disagree with their perspective.
"Much of the rhetoric that emerged in the wake of the Eich incident showed a worrisome turn toward intolerance and puritanism among some supporters of gay equalityâ€”not in terms of formal legal sanction, to be sure, but in terms of abandonment of the core liberal values...
Hmm, even some secularists don't think queer marriages, are marriages [URL=http://tech.mit.edu/V124/N5/kolasinski.5c.html]]]The Secular Case Against Gay Marriage[/URL].
But one can believe that he is going to have a big effect on the world, on those who willfully reject Christ
John 17 13 "But now I come to Thee; and these things I speak in the world, that they may have My joy made full in themselves. 14 "I have given them Thy word; and the world has hated them, because they are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. 15 "I do not ask Thee to take them out of the world, but to keep them from the evil one.---[URL=http://www.lockman.org/nasb/nasbcmp.php]]]NASB[/URL]