If their religious text speaks against it, do you expect them to be for it? I have nothing against gay people or gay marriage, BUT I'm not a Christian, nor do I belong to any specific religion. I don't believe it's a sin, because I don't believe it's a choice. However, I see so many Christians getting bashed for being against gay marriage. Aren't they being true to what the Bible says in that area (at least those that translate it a such)? I'm not defending what the Bible or Christians say about homosexuality, I'm just curious...do you think that Christians should ignore that part of what the Bible says? Or should they try to follow everything that their religion teaches?
I don't expect someone to deny what their religion teaches. The problem I have is when they want to make laws that affect everyone based on that religion.
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