In 2003, more than a decade before it legalized gay marriage, the Supreme Court declared all anti-sodomy laws unconstitutional. The United States could no longer punish a same-sex couple for engaging in homosexual acts. And that, combined with Roe v. Wade, is when America ceased to be a Christian nation.
You have a choice whether to participate in the public sin of others. If you join it, you show others that you approve of that sin, and you encourage them to do the same. Which is why Christians must refrain to the best of their ability from participating in gay weddings.
If you lived during the latter half of the eighties, you were probably no stranger to the face of the most adorable little boy on television — Danny Pintauro, the child actor who played Jonathan Bowers on ABC’s hit sitcom “Who’s the Boss?” The shy son of the newly-single and […]
I learned something interesting today about the power of unintended consequences: While gay marriage proponents are obviously trumpeting the Obergefell v. Hodges decision as an unequivocal win, the ramifications of the Supreme Court’s decision might actually put some gay — and straight — couples in a bind when it comes to employer […]