Homosexual marriage and religious liberty
Those who say government should recognize homosexual marriage claim that this will have no impact on anyone else. That is simply not true. Mike Adams writes on Townhall about the motivation of many supporters of homosexual marriage:
Most do it out of a hatred of Christians. Faulkner, who has a well-documented history of making hate-filled and defamatory statements about Christians, has a political motive for supporting same-sex marriage. He wants marriage re-defined. Then he wants to see churches that refuse to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies stripped of their tax-exempt status. Finally, he wants to see churches that refuse to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies shut down in the name of "equality" and "tolerance." The result would be a nation in which the only Christian churches remaining would be those that have abandoned basic Christian principles.
I said last month that homosexual marriage "has serious and frightening implications for religious liberty." Adams' editorial reinforces that point.