The Sanctity of Marriage and the Unconstitutionality of Prohibiting Gay Marriage

Via Joel Watts.

It might not take more than a challenge to a state law prohibiting gay marriage, from a member of the clergy in a denomination that allows gay marriage, saying that the state is prohibiting them from freely exercising their religion, to really bring this aspect of the matter to everyone’s attention – and perhaps get it resolved at the level of the supreme court.

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  • Twebb2

    Uh oh, don’t get them started then on the “sanctity of life”. Does “sanctity of life” make this argument invalid?