vendredi, juin 15, 2012

" The State has the obligation to treat ALL it's citizens equally and fairly regardless of any individual or mass religious belief. The State must remain neutral in it's legislation as well as it's litigation. Keep in mind that as the State recognizes the rights of its same-sex citizens to marry that it in no way can force a church to go against its own doctrin and be forced to marry same-sex couples. That's what the courthouse is for. While same-sex couples CAN be denied a lavish church wedding constitutionally they CANNOT be denied the right to be married by the State itself. "

This is what Alton says and this is what I believe. What I believe is not what the Church says; they seem to make a mistake, making sacred the word « marriage » itself.