Gay Marriage vs. Religious Liberty

On Tuesday (April 29, 2015), the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case to determine whether the Constitution requires states to issue same-sex marriage licenses and requires other states to honor same-sex marriages performed in those states. A primary argument by the plaintiffs is that gay marriage is covered …

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Let Them Eat Cake

Cake hasn’t been an historical pivot point since Marie Antoinette made that famous dietary suggestion, but it seems to be back. Christians who earn their livings in any way associated with wedding cakes face extinction; the gay-marriage brigade is out to make an example of them and liberal judges are …

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Homosexuality: Questions and Answers

This article offers a compassionate understanding of the contributing factors to a homosexual orientation without sacrificing the biblical position that acting on such feelings is sin. Question: Some people say homosexuality is natural and moral; others say it is unnatural and immoral. How do we know? Answer: Our standard can …

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