Eminent religion columnist Lisa Miller has written about, and disagreed with, my stance on marriage in the Washington Post:
via Separation of church and state in marriage? – The Washington Post.
It isn’t exactly a movement, more of a blogosphere hubbub.
In solidarity with his gay and lesbian brothers and sisters, one well-known evangelical pastor in Minneapolis is taking a stand. As long as his state won’t confer upon homosexuals the legal right to marry, Tony Jones won’t sign a marriage license. He will officiate at a Christian ceremony, what he calls the “sacramental” part of marriage. But he refuses to act as an agent of the state.