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Will the Supreme Court Open the Door to the Criminalization of Christianity?

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The question before the U.S. Supreme Court tomorrow in Obergefell v. Hodges, dealing with the highly-anticipated same-sex “marriage” challenges, is very simple: Does the U.S. Constitution require same-sex “marriage” in every state in the nation? No one can answer that question in the affirmative with a straight face. The question is not, “Is it permissible?” but “Is it required?”

Anyone can read the Constitution and see it does not deal with the issue of same-sex “marriage” in the least and, therefore, the Court should leave it to the states to establish their marriage policy.

Supporters of same-sex “marriage,” including Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, argue that the country is “ready” to embrace same-sex “marriage,” but that has nothing to do with the Constitution. How can you go from saying the country is ready to saying the Constitution requires it?

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