Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Attack on religious liberties continues. NJ court decision case in point.

I recently had a blog post on a letter signed by religious leaders voicing concerns about the impact legally redefining marriage would have on religious liberties.

here's a case in point. A New Jersey judge has ruled that a Methodist retreat house does not have control over who uses their premises. In this instance a same sex couple couple which wanted to rent the facility for a same sex union ceremony can't be denied use of the facility.

These sorts of incidences will only grow and hopefully wake up the religious community to the very real threat to religious liberties posed by efforts to legally redefining marriage. As I've said many times, same sex "marriage" advocates don't operate with a "live and let live" mindset when it comes to forcing others to endorse and affirm their unions.

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